Ayodhya Verdict

The Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court,Comprising of 3 Judges finally Declared the most Awaited Ayodhya Verdict on 30th Sept,2010.

The Various Groups Who Filed Petition:

  • The First Title suit in the case was filed in 1950 by one Gopal Singh Visharad, for permitting 'pooja'(worship) of Lord Ram at the disputed site.
  •  The Second suit was filed by Paramhans Ramchandra Das also in 1950 seeking the same injunction but this was later withdrawn.
  •  The Third suit was filed in 1959 by the Nirmohi Akhara, seeking direction to hand over the charge of the disputed site from the receiver.

  •  The Fourth Suit came in 1961 by UP Sunni Central Board of Waqfs for declaration and possession of the site.
  •  The Fifth suit was moved on 1st July,1989 in the name of Bhagwan Shri Ram Lalla Virajman also for declaration and possession.

The Three Judges:
  • Justice S U Khan
  • Justice Sudhir Agarwal
  • Justice D V Sharma (Will Retire on 1st October,2010, Just On Next Day of Verdict)

The High Court Verdict:

  • The Court came out with a formula of dividing the Land into three parts and given to Ram Lalla (Hindus), Suni Waqf Board (Muslims) & Nirmohi Akhara.
  • The Area under the Central Dome of the three-domed structure where Lord Ram's idol exists belongs to Hindus. 
  • The Court also Decided that the Lord Ram's Worship will Continue as it is.
  • One of the Judges,Justice DV Sharma said that whole Premise is Ram Lalla's
  • Justice Sudhir Agarwal said that "Ram Chabutra & Sita Rasoi" will be handed over to Nirmohi Akhara.
  • Justice S U Khan said that its God Ram's Birth Place & hence the Area Containing Ram's Idol must be handed over to Hindus.
  • He also added that Muslims must be given a separate portion of the courtyard, and The Nirmohi Akhara must be given another section of the courtyard.
  • The High Court Dismissed the TITLE suits of the Sunni Waqf Board and the Nirmohi Akhara 
  • The High Court also ordered that all parties would maintain status quo (unchanged position ) for THREE MONTHS.
  • The Court's Entire Verdict is of 10,000 Pages. 

Courtsey:Indian Express & Express India

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