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Ayodhya Judgment creates rights based on illegal acts, incorrigible in light of settled law: Peace Party of India moves curative petition

Whereas the curative petitioner was not a party to the Ayodhya case, he has submitted that he is pursuing the cause, given that the November 9 judgment affected the sentiments of the larger community and religion.

Meera Emmanuel

Dr Mohammad Ayub, the president of the Peace Party of India, has filed a curative petition questioning the correctness of the Supreme Court’s November 9, 2019 judgment in the Ayodhya case, which saw Court holding that the title to the disputed site at Ayodhya vests in the Hindu parties.

The development follows after the Supreme Court dismissed a batch of review petitions filed in the matter in chambers last December.

Whereas the curative petitioner was not a party to the Ayodhya case, he has submitted that he is pursuing the cause, given that the November 9 judgment affected the sentiments of the larger community and religion. In this regard, the curative petition states,

"... the judgment impugned passed by this Hon’ble Court dated 09.11.2019 was not only a descriptive judgment which describes various historic facts and dealt with the approval pertaining to the same, but also affects the sentiments of large number of persons of one community & religion. Due to this reason petitioner herein as a responsible and law abiding citizen of his native area and also as a socially active figure attempting continuously to raise the bonafide cause on his part."

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