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Five-Acre Land Proposal Rejected by Ayodhya Muslims:- The Supreme Court of India recently revealed their decision about the Ayodhya case which has been pending from the past few years. The Supreme Court allotted the land for the construction of Ram Mandir and asked the Centre to allocate 5 acres of land for the construction of mosque to the Muslims. Though the decision did not trigger any controversy, some of the prominent Muslims from Ayodhya are said to have opposed the decision. Maulana Badshah Khan, president of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind in Ayodhya who was a party in the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi case said that they fought for the same land.
Maulana Badshah Khan said "We fought for years for the land and not for any other land. We would love to offer the other allocated land for Ram Mandir instead of accepting it. If Muslims wanted to build a mosque elsewhere, they would have done this long ago. We are not depending on the government for this land. If the court or the government respects us, they should allocate the land for the mosque in the acquired area". Iqbal Ansari, who was also the main litigant in the case said if the government is ready to give 5 acres for them, they should give as per the convenience of the Muslims.
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