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Big push towards Ram Mandir resolution in Ayodhya

Big push towards Ram Mandir resolution in Ayodhya

"After discussions with different parties we have prepared a proposal in which a Ram Temple will be built in Ayodhya and a Mosque can be built in Lucknow", Rizvi said.

Shia Central Waqf Board on Monday issued a draft on the resolution of the Ayodhya dispute, in which it argued for construction of Ram Mandir at the contested property, while writing to the state government for a mosque in Lucknow.

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Jilani, who is also the convenor of Babri Masjid Action committee, referred to some legal shortcomings in the draft proposal.

It was only on March 21, 2017, when the apex court said that talks could be initiated for mutual agreement to end the dispute that the Shia Waqf Board looked into the files in detail only to find that though it is a party in the case it never gave "wakalatnama" to the counsel appearing on its behalf, Rizvi said.

Off late, the Board has made a decision to not only make a claim over the Masjid but also suggest a solution.

Shia Waqf Board chairman Syed Waseem Rizvi said that they have come up with the proposal following discussions with different stakeholders.

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This comes nearly a week after Rizvi said that it was amicably decided that no new mosque would be built in Ayodhya.

The final hearing will commence of December 5, which will be a day before the 25 th anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition. He said that the Shia Board would construct the mosque from its own resources.

Even the All India Shia Personal Law Board has rejected.

"The board is of the view that instead of Ayodhya, a Masjid-e-Aman be constructed in Lucknow's Hussainabad area, and it has requested the government to provide one acre for it", Rizvi told journalists at a press conference.

Rizvi had claimed that as the Sunni Waqf Board had lost the case of its registration in several courts, only the Shia Waqf board had a right to the mosque.

Spiritual Guru Sri Sri Ravishanker had also visited Ayodhya last week to broker the deadlock but he returned empty hands.