Ayodha Dispute : Supreme Court Has Finally Given Its Verdict In The Ayodhya Case


11:15 AM-

The Supreme Court has finally given its verdict in the Ayodhya case. The court said that the disputed land belongs to “Ramlala.” The court has ordered the construction of the temple. Also said that the Muslim side should be given land elsewhere. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi read the verdict. Gogoi said that the court has rejected the special leave petition filed by the Shia Waqf Board against the 1946 Faizabad court’s decision. The Supreme Court also said that the evidence given by the Archaeological Survey of India cannot be ignored.

11:05 AM –

The court said that merely stating the archaeological evidence as an opinion would be a great injustice to the ASI. The court said that there is ample evidence in the ASI report that the Babri Masjid was not built on vacant land. There was a structure at the disputed site. The suppressed structure was not Islamic. The court said, Ram Janmabhoomi is not a lawful person. The court said that there was no evidence that the Muslims left the mosque.

Hindus always believed that Ram’s birthplace was inside the mosque. Muslims prayed on the inside while Hindus prayed on the outside. According to media reports, the court said that it does not matter when the mosque was built. The court rejected the Nirmohi Akhara claim.

11:00 PM –

The Supreme Court is giving its verdict on the Ayodhya dispute. First, the Chief Justice told the Shia Waqf Board to dismiss the petition. After this, the claim of “Nirmohi Akhara” has also been rejected. A five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi is delivering the verdict. The court has also said based on ASI report that the mosque was not built on vacant land. At the same time, the court said in its decision based on the ASI report that there is no strong information about breaking the temple and building a mosque.