I ask everyone to think about it: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar in a petition for review against Ayodhya's verdict

KOLKATA: spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar He said those who plan to file a petition for review against the Supreme Court verdict should think about it as both sides have accepted the ruling.

It is the right of Muslim bodies to submit a petition for review. They have a chance. But this matter has been resolved now, so I would ask everyone to think about it (decision to file a petition for review). Both sides have accepted the trial, he told the media here.

Maulana Syed Arshad Madani, president of, had previously said that the petition for review against the Ayodhya verdict of the Supreme Court is almost ready and that a statement will be presented within two to four days.

While speaking with ANI, Madani further stated that the verdict of the apex court is beyond the understanding of many people and added, the purpose of presenting the petition for review is not because it is a matter of respect, but a religious matter.

Our lawyers, including Rajiv Dhawan, have almost drafted the petition and will file it within two or four days. It was not built in a temple. Our religion is our duty and we will make every effort to save it. We will respect the decision the court will give, he said.

On November 14, the Jamiat working committee had formed a five-member panel composed of legal experts and religious scholars to examine every aspect of the Supreme Court verdict of November 9.

Last month, a five-judge Supreme Court bank said unanimously that all disputed land of 2.7 acres will be handed over to a government-formed trust, which will oversee the construction of a Ram temple on the site.

The apex court also added that an alternative of five acres of land in a prominent place in Ayodhya should be allocated for the construction of a mosque after a consultation between the Center and the state government.