Mughal descendant offers Gold Brick for Ram Mandir

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: August 19, 2019 17:19 IST
Mughal descendant offers Gold Brick for Ram Mandir

Prince Habeebuddin Tucy claimed to be a representative of Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Mughal emperor. He provided to give the gold brick to construct the temple of Ram at Ayodhya. He expects the ground of Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi to be carried on to him stating that he is the real landowner as a representative of the first Mughal king Babar, who built Babri Masjid in 1529.

On Sunday, Tucy said that if the Supreme Court takes him over the property, he would donate the complete property to make the Ram temple as he loves their feelings and believes that there was a Ram temple at the site where Babri Masjid was constructed.
The 50-year-old appealed to the Supreme Court to implore him in the zenith judicial real title suit. But, his petition is still to be stated for hearing. Tucy claims that neither of the sides to the situation had records proving their argument, and he has the right to settle as Mughals' noble family. He said that he had already decided to provide the whole land to build the temple.
During his visit last year, Tucy, who attended Ayodhya thrice and prayed at the temporary temple, had promised the territory for the temple. He had also apologized for the demise of the Ram temple to the Hindu society. By putting the ' charan-paduka ' on his head he provided a ceremonial apology.