Hindu Mahasabha files review plea in Ayodhya title dispute verdict case

New Delhi: Hindu Mahasabha on Monday filed a review petition in connection with the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land (title) dispute verdict, before the Supreme Court, seeking some modifications of its November 9 judgement.
The review petition will come up for hearing, may be in the fortnight, as per sources in apex court registry.
Hindu Mahasabha said that the November 9 verdict was challenged today through a review petition before the Supreme Court.
It also sought and prayed for an open court hearing in the very sensitive case.
“When apex court had conducted an open court hearing in the Sabarimala temple case, why can not it hear the bigger and sensitive Ayodhya verdict in an open court,” a lawyer appearing for Hindu Mahasabha said.
In its review petition, the Hindu Mahasabha challenged the decision of the top court order of November 9, granting five acres of land to the Muslim side in another site at Ayodhya or anywhere the board finds it suitable, Vishnu Jain, its counsel said today.
“Yes, we have filed the review petition today in the Ayodhya Babri masjid land dispute verdict case before the Supreme Court,” Mr Jain said.