Muslim parties broke up in Dhavan, AIMPLB wants it for review

NEW DELHI: One day, Rajiv Dhavan made public his dismissal as an advisor to the faction led by Arshad Madani of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, he was supported by another Muslim body, the Muslim Personal Law Board of all India, which said that a lead lawyer would guide you in your petition for review against the Supreme Court verdict on the subject.

The development revealed the division between Muslim groups on the decision to go to review the judgment of the court of first instance. JUH's position to leave Dhavan as his lawyer and the decision to file a petition for review independently on Monday surprised many at AIMPLB that he had JUH by his side at the Lucknow working committee meeting where the decision to go to a review.

The fall of Dhavan is being attributed by some to an attempt by the team led by Arshad Madani to reduce the defense, since he was never interested in a review and only agreed later after a strong push from JUH. The lead attorney has been associated with the case since 1993.

One of the main parties in the case, the Sunni Central Central Board of UP, had already made it clear that they would not submit any request for review. A prominent member of AIMPLB, Kamal Faruqui said that JUH's decision surprised him and described the decision of the Arshad Madani faction as unfortunate. In a statement, AIMPLB said: Dr. Rajiv Dhavan's contribution in the claim for the title of Babri Masjid/Ram Janmbhumi is commendable. The community will always be indebted to him and will be there to help him in the case, he said. The Board in its statement listed the names of the team of lawyers who are drafting the petition for review that will be resolved by lawyer Rajiv Dhavan.

“We are grateful to Rajiv Dhavan, who represented us at #BabriMasjidCase with courage, honesty and sincerity despite the threats against him. We are ready to present the petition for review and he will guide us, ”tweeted the general secretary of AIMPLB, Maulana Wali Rahmani.

Sources said Dhavan had previously met with Jamiat members and lawyers twice in Delhi to draw up the petition for review. The elements of the draft, which was sanctioned by Dhavan, were not incorporated into the request for final review, they said