Muslim Groups Divided Over Ayodhya Verdict: To Appeal Or Not Appeal

PUBLISHED ON: December 3, 2019 | Duration: 33 min, 57 sec

  
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There is now an open revolt among the Muslim stakeholders on whether to go in for a review of the Ayodhya verdict and in what form. So much so , that the man who passionately argued this favours for the Muslims in the Supreme Court, Rajeev Dhawan, now claims that he was sacked from his position despite the fact that he worked tirelessly and selflessly on this case for 40 days and nights. A section still wants him to represent them in the review petition, but Mr Dhawan now says he does not want to be involved in a divided house. Why are the Muslim stakeholders and parties so confused about their position? Even before the verdict was out, we saw how there were different voices coming in from the Sunni Central Waqf Board. How should this confusion be read?
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