Ayodhya Case Analysis Disputed Land to Hindus, Alternative Lands to Muslims

Pranjul Dalela
 National University of Study and Research in Law
Ranchi, India.

Volume III, Issue II, 2020

Every Right around 27 years after the destruction of Ayodhya’s Babri Masjid, and 69 years after the title suit regarding the contested land was first recorded, the Supreme Court at long last carried conclusion to, seemingly, Independent India’s generally disputable and strictly polarizing case. In its consistent judgment, a five-judge Bench drove by the then CJI Ranjan Gogoi administered Nirmohi Akhada was not a shebait of Ram Lalla. It likewise decided that the 2.77-section of land contested land package had been involved in the sixteenth century to fabricate the mosque wrecked in 1992. In the wake of having inspected and expelled the proof of the post-free period, the ASI discoveries, travelogs, land and income records, the five-part seat of the Supreme Court takes a gander at some other proof to show up at a decision. The contested land was granted to the god Ram Lalla, one of the three prosecutors for the situation. The court guided the focal government to assign 5 sections of land of elective land to the Sunni Waqf Board in Ayodhya to construct a mosque.


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