The case of Ayodhya has indeed created a lot of chaos in the entire country. The final verdict by the apex court on the almost a decade-old Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land feud is out. The uncontested judgment was passed by a Constitution bench of five-judge, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi.
The Supreme Court has ordered the Central government to plan a scheme within the time span of 3-4 months. Also, to set up a trust and pass on the disputed land to it for the construction of a temple on the site.
The Final Verdict On The Ayodhya Case
The SC in its final judgment today i.e on Saturday has discarded the appeal of Shia Waqf Board and ruled out that the disputed land belongs to the government according to the revenue records.
They have further ordered the Central and the UP government to allot 5-acre land at some extrusive place for the construction of the mosque.
CJI Gogoi delivering the verdict emphasized that the laws and regulations should always be kept apart from religious, political, and cultural beliefs.
The CJI added,
“On the question of whether a Hindu temple was demolished at the contested site in Ayodhya, the ASI has left it unanswered,”
The bench unanimously said that the ardent faith of the Hindus in Lord Rama was accepted. Furthermore, it said that the Archaeological Survey of India had earlier suggested that a Ram Temple existed at the controversial land where a 16th century Babri Masjid was razed by a Hindu mob on December 6, 1992.
The Babri Masjid cannot be built on vacant land, and the fundamental structure of the disputed site is not Islamic, says SC.
Not only this, but the court has also delivered that the Muslims have failed to establish their adverse possession on the disputed land despite having the custody of it.
The Nirmohi Akhara, which was earlier granted one-third title by the Allahabad High Court in 2010, has therein lost all their claims.
Meeting at Home Minister’s Residence
An extremely crucial meeting is presently underway at Home Minister Amit Shah’s residence. Home Secretary, NSA Ajit Doval along with Director IB are present at the meeting.
No Need To Panic says Police
In order to avoid a possible brawl and clashes in the country, the government has taken several measures to ensure the safety and security of the people. Considering how sensitive the entire matter of the Ayodha is Inspector General of Police for the Ayodha Range, Dr. Sanjeev Gupta has assured the general masses that there is absolutely no need for panic.