Ayodhya Verdict: Ayodhya's Disputed Land To Ramlala, Muslims to Get 5 Acres of Alternate Land
After the verdict, the administration is ready to maintain peace and order and social media is also being monitored.
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The verdict of the most awaited Ayodhya Dispute has come. The Constitutional Bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, while giving the verdict, has rejected the claim of Nirmohi Akhara and Shia Waqf Board. Ramjanmabhoomi Nyas has been given disputed land in Ayodhya. Also, the Muslim side has been ordered to give 5 acres of land at a prominent place in Ayodhya. The Supreme Court has ordered the government to form a trust as well.
Tight security arrangements have been made across the country, including Ayodhya, before the Supreme Court's decision on Saturday in the Ayodhya case. Along with this, school-colleges have been closed in many states of the country including UP, Delhi, Bihar, and Rajasthan. After the verdict, the administration is ready to maintain peace and order and social media is also being monitored.
Zafaryab Jilani, the Muslim side representer said, "We respect the Supreme Court's judgment and appeal for peace. No protest should happen anywhere. It's not a defeat. Whatever legal course is possible we will find that. The judgment is not satisfactory from the fact that the land of the courtyard has been given to the other side. We will discuss if the review will be filed or not”
Here are some takeaways from the verdict:-
-The Supreme Court has given a historic verdict in the oldest case in the country. In this decision, the court has given the right to the disputed land to the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas. Whereas, the Muslim side i.e. Sunni Waqf Board has been ordered to give land in Ayodhya itself.
- The Supreme Court held that 'the High Court said that there was the possession of both the parties' is wrong, there was no partition case before it. Muslims could not tell that they had an exclusive occupation in the interior.
-The ASI report concluded that there was evidence of a temple at the disputed place.
- The Supreme Court has rejected the Nirmohi Akhara claim. The court said that the claim of the arena is out of the limit.
- The court said in the judgment that the ownership of the land cannot be given on the basis of faith. Also, the court clearly said that the decision will be given on the basis of law.
- Shia Waqf Board's claim unanimously rejected, CJI Ranjan Gogoi said, "We reject the Shiya Waqf Board's Single Leave Petition (SLP) challenging the 1946 Faizabad Court verdict".