If SC Gives Us The Land, We Will Give It Back To The Hindu: Babur’s Descendant Yakub Tucy

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Prince Yakub Habeebuddin Tucy, a descendant of Mughal emperor Babur, has apologized to Hindus in India for what his ancestors had done centuries ago. While confessing about the events happened in history, he said if Supreme Court gives us the land, we will give it back to the Hindu community for the construction of Ram Mandir.

Will give away the land to Hindus

The descendant of Mughal emperor Babur, Prince Yakub Habeebuddin Tucy has talked in favor of the Ram temple in Ayodhya. He said that if the Supreme Court of India gives the land ownership to the descendants of Babur, they will give away the land to Hindus for the construction of the Ram Mandir.


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“We are hopeful that whatever decision the Supreme Court takes in the case, it will respect the religion and beliefs of 100 crore Hindus. We had informed the Supreme Court earlier as well that the land belongs to Babur. We had also apologized to Hindus for what Mir Baqi had done centuries ago,” he said.

Give the first brick made of gold

“If the Supreme Court delivers a verdict that hands over the ownership of the land to Babur’s family, being his descendant, that land is ours, and we will hand it over to Hindus for the construction of the temple… Like I had said earlier, we from the Mughal family will give the first brick made of gold to lay the foundation stone for the temple,” Tucy said

Tucy requested to all Hindus and Muslims to have peace and order, and accept whatever the Supreme Court decides. “We have full faith in the SC. It is wrong to politicize the subject and put Muslims against Hindus. I had stated earlier also that namaz cannot be held there. The Mughal family is protected because Babur was also a secular person but his name is being misused for political interests,” he further said. Here is the video. Source


The Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved judgment on cross-appeals by Hindu and Muslim parties disputing for the last 70 years claiming ownership over 2.77 acres debated land. The case is expected to deliver its decision before CJI Gogoi’s term ends on November 17.