Ayodhya Case Verdict- Disputed Land Goes For Temple Construction, Sunni Waqf Board To Get 5-Acre Plot In Ayodhya for building Mosque

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Ayodhya Case Verdict Latest News – Verdict Out

Ayodhya Case Verdict Latest News

Ayodhya Case final verdict: Finally, the decision has been taken on Ayodhya Case. Temple to be constructed at the disputed site and alternative land in Ayodhya to be given to Muslims for building a mosque.

Construction of both the temple and the mosque will be done under the supervision of the Central Government and Uttar Pradesh state government. Both parties should feel good as it is a balanced judgment based on facts & legality of ownership. Faith & popular beliefs have found no place in the process of decision making by the honorable court.

Here are live updates of Ayodhya Case-

09 November 10

11:50 AM- In one of the most important and historic judgments in India, a bench of five judges comprising Justices S A Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer, headed by the Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi, has put an end to the more than a century-old dispute.

11:48 AM- Supreme Court has also said that possession of the disputed 2.77-acre land rights will be handed over to the deity Ram Lalla, who is one of the three litigants in the case. The possession, however, will remain with a central government receiver.

11:45 AM- The Court has also said that trust should be formed within three months for the construction of the temple at the site which many Hindus believe is the birthplace of Lord Ram.

11:42 AM- The Supreme court has decided that the mosque should be constructed at a separate place in Ayodhya for which 5 acres of land will be given to Muslims. Construction of both the temple and the mosque will be done under the supervision of the Central Government and Uttar Pradesh state government.

11:40 AM- Supreme Court said that evidence exists that RamChabutra, SitaRasoi were worshipped by Hindus before the British came.

11:37 AM- CJI says there is clear evidence that Hindus believe Ram was born at the disputed site, reports ANI.

11:35 AM- ANI reports Zafaryab Jilani, Sunni Waqf Board Lawyer: We respect the judgment but we are not satisfied, we will decide further course of action.

11:32 AM- Disputed Land To Be Given For Temple Construction, Muslims To Get 5-Acre Plot In Ayodhya for building Mosque. The Ayodhya disputed land of 2.77 acres has been given to Hindus.

11:30 AM- Supreme Court said that evidence exists that RamChabutra, SitaRasoi were worshipped by Hindus before the British came.

11:27 AM- Varun Kumar Sinha, Lawyer of Hindu Mahasabha: Supreme Court has said, ‘to give 5 acres alternate land to Muslims at a prominent place in Ayodhya. He also said that it is a historic judgment. With this judgment, the Supreme Court has given the message of unity in diversity.

11:22 AM- The central government and UP government to monitor the construction of temple and mosque: Reported by IANS.

11:20 AM-Supreme Court says that “Muslims should not be deprived of a structure; will get an alternative site for masjid”.

11:15 AM- As reported by ANI, Supreme Court order says that the Central Govt, within 3-4 months, should formulate scheme for setting up of trust and hand over the disputed site to it for construction of temple at the site and a suitable alternative plot of land measuring 5 acres at Ayodhya will be given to Sunni Wakf Board.

11:00 AM- The Chief Justice of India attributed to what the evidence says. CJI also quoted what the Archaeological Survey of India has concluded. IMP: This is not the verdict order.

CJI has raised the following points:

  • According to ASI, the disputed structure was not built on vacant land.
  • Evidence has been presented that Hindus have been offering prayers at the lawn.
  • Sunnis have claimed that namaz was being offered at Babri mosque till destruction.
  • There was a consistent pattern of worship by Hindus in the outer courtyard.
  • Setting up a railing inside was done to ensure that both religions can worship

10:00 AM- As per ANI, Internet services in Ajmer have been temporarily suspended till 10th November 6 AM and Section 144 has been imposed in the entire Jammu and Kashmir.

09:30 AM- As per IANS, SC rejects Nirmohi Akhara is a shebait.

08:30 AM- Section 144 imposed in Ayodhya. Security beefed up across the nation.

08:23 AM- Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Chief Mohan Bhagwat will address the media at 1 pm today, following Supreme Court judgment in Ayodhya land case.

08:20 AM- Section 144 imposed in Jaisalmer, till 30th November 2019.

Ayodhya Case Verdict Latest News

4:10 PM- Supreme Court has reserved the order and has made it clear that the decision will come within 23 days.

3:46 PM- NBSA issues an advisory on Ayodhya hearing coverage. 1. Do not theorize about court proceedings. 2. Ascertain facts of hearing. 3. Not to use any mosque demolition footage. 4. Do not broadcast any celebrations. 5. No extreme views are aired in debates.

2:25 PM- Advocate Sunni Waqf Board on reports of Sunni Waqf Board withdrawing the appeal in Ayodhya case.

12: 17 PM- Vikas Singh, the advocate of the Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, wanted to cite a book during the hearing. Rajiv Dhawan of the Muslim side protested, not calling it a part of the record. After this Singh kept a map that Dhawan opposed and tore off the copy of the map given to him. Another lawyer intercepted something during Vikas Singh’s cross-examination. After this, the angry CJI said that if this happens then we will accept the hearing now.

ayodhya case verdict latest news

The Ayodhya Dispute is all but a political, historical, and socio-religious debate in India that has been central to a plot of land in the city of Ayodhya. The whole issue of the dispute revolves around access to the site. The Hindus believe that the disputed site was the birthplace of Lord Ram which was demolished and modified into a mosque, the Babri Masjid.

Ayodhya Case Verdict Latest News

Ayodhya Case Verdict Latest News – Over the past few months since the daily hearing began at the SC, there has been a constant exchange of harsh words between both the lawyers representing the Hindu and Muslim parties in the much sensitive Ram Janmbhoomi Babri Masjid Land Dispute Case.

The five-judge constitution headed by CJ Ranjan Gogoi and including justices SA Bobde, DY Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan, and SA Nazeer have been hearing arguments from both the sides. Attorney General and Senior Advocate, K Parasaran have been speaking for the Hindu party whereas Senior Advocate Rajeev Dhavan has been representing the Muslim party in the Supreme Court.

This case has gone through different courts for a very long time of over 134 years now. It was finally presented in front of the Supreme Court on 6th August 2019 for a daily hearing till 16th October 2019 to avoid any repetition of the case in the SC after the retirement of the current Chief Justice of India, Ranjan Gogoi on 17th November 2019.

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Today is the day to get Epic things done. It isn’t just another day but is a new opportunity, another chance and a new beginning for people involved in the Ayodhya case. The final verdict of the Ayodhya dispute case or as most are calling it the ‘ram mandir decision date’ is today. 16th October 2019 is the day when the last verdict will be taken.

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