Speaking at India TV Samvaad Conclave, Patra exuded confidence that the Supreme Court verdict will come in the favour of Hindus.
Nadvi said that while the AIMPLB was for issues related to personal laws, there was a need to constitute a board, from where the voice of the opressed could be raised.
"India can never be Syria, he should know that. This guru should take his private jet to Iraq and Syria to spread the message of peace through his Art of Living," Shiv Sena said in the article.
In an exclusive interview to India TV, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said that Muslims should give up their claim on the disputed land and gift it to Hindus for the construction of the Ram temple.
Maulana Salman Nadvi also said that he will return the Board only if senior member Kamal Faruqui and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi are removed.
Maulana Nadvi has been facing flak from various Muslim leaders for his compromise formula in the case.
The yatra is expected to be flagged off by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
Addressing a public meeting organised by the board at the end of its three-day plenary, Owaisi launched a bitter attack on Nadvi for going against the board's stand that there can be no compromise on Babri Masjid.
Babri Masjid will remain a mosque till eternity and Muslims can never exchange land for the masjid, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) said here on Sunday.
Meanwhile, sources said the board would appoint a committee to recommend its course of action vis-a-vis Maulana Nadvi, after he expressed divergent views on the Ayodhya issue.
In a statement issued later, the AIMPLB said it "once again emphasises the basic level of Shariah that the land dedicated for Masjid cannot be sold, gifted or in any way alienated".
At a satsang in Bengaluru, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said that he favours an out-of-court settlement in the decades old case.