New Delhi: Senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan, in the wake of being sacked by the Muslim gatherings on Tuesday, kept in touch with the Backer on Record Ejaz Maqbool saying that he acknowledges the choice “with modesty and regard.”
Dhavan hosted spoke to the Muslim gatherings in the Slam Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title debate case in the Incomparable Court. He gave the data about his sacking in a Facebook post distributed early Tuesday morning.
He stated: “Simply been sacked from the Babri case by advocate-on-record Ejaz Maqbool, who was speaking to the Jamiat. Have sent conventional letter tolerating the sacking without challenge. Never again engaged with the audit of the case.”
In the long letter to Maqbool, Dhavan proceeded to expand the chain of occasions. The tone of the letter was unmistakably of shock.
“Over the draft of the survey, you (Mr Maqbool), Akriti and Qurratlain met me on November 25 and 30, 2019. In the interim Mr Jilani and others met me burning of meeting further to talk about ‘our draft’ which you would send to them,” read the letter by Dhavan.
Dhavan had fervently contended the case for the Muslim side under the watchful eye of a five-judge seat headed by then Boss Equity Ranjan Gogoi. He had contended for over about fourteen days in the 40-day becoming aware of the issue.
Throughout the contentions over the case in the Preeminent Court, Dhavan had answered to the examining questions from the seat. Expounding on the purpose behind his expulsion from the case, Dhavan stated: “I have been educated that Mr Madani has demonstrated that I was expelled from the case since I was unwell.”
He has alluded Madani’s explanation as “all out drivel. He has a privilege to educate his legal counselor Maqbool to sack me, which he did on directions. Be that as it may, the explanation being drifted is vindictive and false,” said Dhavan in the second post on the online life stage.
The audit appeal was recorded by Maulana Syed Ashhad Madani, President, Jamiat Ulama-I-Rear. Muslim gatherings have put out a volley of inquiries in the request testing the November 9 judgment in the title contest case.
The audit request said the peak court has failed on 14 key focuses while landing at a judgment for the Hindu gatherings. “By prudence of the decried judgment, the Incomparable Court has adequately allowed a mandamus to crush the Babri Masjid and to build a sanctuary of Master Slam in the said spot”, said the audit request stressing that harmony without equity is preposterous.