The Hyderabad MP, responding to the apex court verdict, said he was not satisfied with the ruling. Soon after the Supreme Court's most-awaited verdict in 134-year-old Ayodhya dispute, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has responded and expressed his dissatisfaction over Supreme Court's ruling.
The supreme court is "indeed supreme but not infallible," he said quoting a former Chief Justice of India. While the Supreme Court judgment was final, "we are not satisfied with it," the firebrand leader added.
Responding to SC's order to Centre to provide 5-acre land as an alternative to Sunni Waqf Board, Owaisi said, "We were not begging for land." He added that Muslims in India are not so downtrodden that they can't get 5-acre land for a mosque. He said, "It was about our legal right on the disputed land."
He further said those who had demolished Babri Masjid have asked to form a trust and start construction of a Ram Temple, hinting at the ruling BJP at the Centre.