Justice (retd) Palok Basu is leading the negotiation process and says that more than seven thousand people of Ayodhya and Faizabad have agreed to his proposal by signing a petition.
The formula proposed by Basu and his team is that the disputed acquired area of Ram Janam Bhumi/Babri Masjid will house both-- a Ram temple and a mosque. However, this mosque will not sport the name of Mughal emperor Babar.
Basu, a retired judge of Allahabad High Court, has been spearheading this 'local' effort since March 18, 2010 six months before the High Court partitioned the disputed site into three parts.
Justice(retd) Basu and his team are conducting signature campaign in the twin towns of Ayodhya and Faizabad with a target of 10,000 signatures of both Muslims and Hindus in same ratio.
Basu told reporters in Ayodhya yesterday that they have crossed the figure of 7,000 signatures. After the target of 10,000 signatures is achieved, Basu and his team will move Supreme Court through the government and appeal the Apex Court to honour the public sentiments for peace and harmony.

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