As the bench of five judges led by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi pronounced the unanimous verdict, the nation was under the continuous appeals from central government and the religion heads to maintain peace and harmony. However, a person who ought to be a responsible citizen and lead peace in one of the crucial times in the history of India, a member of parliament and a senior leader chose to trigger chaos with his remarks on the verdict.
Followed by the remarks made by All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president Asaduddin Owaisi ’We do not want your charity’ on the judgement given by the apex court’, a Bhopal-based advocate filed a case against the former at the Jahangirabad police station. Minutes after the verdict came out, the Muslim leader took to the media and stated “The Supreme Court may be supreme but it is not infallible. Muslims are poor, but we can collect money to buy a 5-acre plot and build a mosque. We do not want your charity,” which triggered flak. Stating that the above comments made by Oawisi are inciting a section of the population Advocate Pawan Kumar registered a complaint against Owaisi.