News By/Courtesy: Sanveer Singh | 05 Apr 2020 23:51pm IST

HIGHLIGHTS

  • This verdict started since mughal empire
  • In 1992, Babri masjid was destroyed by some political party
  • Supreme court finally decided on this matter

The Ayodhya dispute was one dispute which was political, social, historian, and religious at the same time. The debate was all about the plot of land in Ayodhya in state Uttar Pradesh. The conflict consists of a dispute between the Hindus as they claim that place is the birthplace of their deity Rama, while Muslims claim that according to history this location is of the Babri Masjid. So a few years back Hindu mandir was modified to build a mosque.

On 6 December 1992, the dispute turned into a riot when a political party had destroyed the mosque of Babri Masjid. A land-related case sent into Allahabad high court. In 1950 Gopal Singh visharad had filled in Allahabad high court regarding the disputed land to do a puja their. After some time a similar content was filled by the paramhans das of Ayodhya to the Allahabad high court. In 1959, Nirmohi Akhara filled the third suit regarding this case desired to get the charge of this disputed site. Sunni Waqf board filled the fourth suit regarding the case for possession of it. Allahabad high court started bench hearing the case which was started in 2002 and completed in 2010.

On 30 September 2010, the Allahabad high court declared the dispute in three parts which was headed by three justices members S. U. Khan, Sudhir Aggarwal, and D. V. Sharma. The judges decided that the Ram Lalla will go the party representing ram Lalla, Nirmohi Akhara was given Sita Rasoi and Ram Chabutara, rest of the part was given to Sunni Waqf board.

But all the parties filled appealing cases in the Supreme Court against the decision of the high court of Allahabad. Many restrictions were imposed before the day of judgment in the Supreme Court. Because this conflict had turned into a socio-religious conflict. So everything was very serious. 15 days before the judgment the restrictions were imposed in the Ayodhya. Security arrangements were increased throughout India. In Uttar Pradesh and

Rajasthan internet service was kept close on that day. Section-144 of the code of the criminal procedure of India was applied to entire Uttar Pradesh. Some popular cities like Mumbai, Banglore, Bhopal, Jaipur, Lucknow were also kept under section 144. On the day of judgment, a public holiday was declared in Delhi, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, and Uttar Pradesh. The Supreme Court declared the final judgment on 9th November 2019 that the land was handed to build a Hindu temple,  while the land of 5 acres was given to Sunni Waqf board to build a mosque. Many political members such as Arvind Kejriwal, Kamal Nath, M. K. Stalin had supported the decision of the Supreme Court. The prime minister of India had tweeted about the judgment that it should not be considered as win or loss for anybody. So what is your opinion regarding this resolved dispute? Feel free to share with me

Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 06 Apr 2020 13:11pm IST


Tags : Ayodhya, verdict, Babri masjid, Ram lalla, Mandir, mughal

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