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All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Thursday took strong objection to the Mathura District Court's ruling that the suit to remove masjid in the Krishna Jhamabhoomi-Shahi Idgah case was maintainable. 

Taking to Twitter, the Member of Parliament once again cited the Places of Worship Act 1991 and claimed that such cases were 'prohibited from even going before the courts'. The representative of the Hyderabad constituency alleged that "law doesn’t matter anymore".

"Robbing Muslims of their dignity is the only goal now," he wrote in the Twitter post, with which he had embedded an agreement that he claimed was entered into by the Sri Krishna Janmasthan Seva Sangh & Shahi Idgah Trust in 1968 for the resolution of the issue. 

After expressing anger over the Mathura District Court's ruling in the Krishna Jhamabhoomi-Shahi Idgah case, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi reiterated that with cases like Gyanvapi and Krishna Jhamabhoomi, an attempt is being made to spread hatred towards Muslims in the country. 

Owaisi said, "A plea is filed in Mathura court to remove



Shahi Idgah Masjid. This is a violation of the Places of Worship Act, 1991, itself. Mathura Dist Court saying the suit is maintainable is a violation of the Supreme court verdict, and against the Parliament Act. For these people, the law doesn't matter. They want to rob Muslim people of their dignity. You're making a mockery of the legal system. When another plaintiff went to court, the court had said no, so you create a different party. These are all connected to Sangh Parivar."

Owaisi has been raising his voice against the Gyanvapi Masjid survey for the past several weeks, claiming that he does not want to lose another mosque after Babri. Earlier in the day, the AIMIM chief reacted to the Mathura District Court's ruling on the Krishna Jhamabhoomi case, and said, "Robbing Muslims of their dignity is the only goal now."

The Mathura District Court on Thursday held that the suit to remove the Shahi Idgah Masjid, allegedly built on the land of Shrikrishna Janam Bhoomi is maintainable. The court kept aside the order of the civil court to not admit the Hindu side's suit on grounds of the Places of Worship Act, 1991 and said it was 'incorrect'. 




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