Live: Ayodhya Verdict - CJI Reading The Final Judgement

Published : 9 Nov 2019 5:24 AM GMT
Live: Ayodhya Verdict - CJI Reading The Final Judgement

The disputed site to be given to Ram Janmbhoomi nyas


SC ordered the Centre to establish a trust under Ayodhya act. Possession of site to be handed over to the trust which will ensure 5 acres of the land to be given to Sunni Waqf Board within Ayodhya while around 67 acres to be given to building Ram Mandir


SC ordered alternative land to Muslims


SC says Allahabad HC was wrong in dividing the disputed site into three parts


SC says it will give relief in suits filed by Sunni Waqf Board and deity


Destruction of the mosque in 1992 was in breach of SC order


For 325 years, from the construction of the mosque till 1857, Muslims have given no evidence of offering prayers at the disputed structure in exclusion of Hindus


But Hindus always believed that the birthplace of Ram was in the inner courtyard of the mosque, says SC


But documents show that prior to 1857, Hindus were not barred from worshipping in the inner courtyard. The railings segregating the outer and inner courtyard was made in 1857


Though there were obstructions, Muslims continued to offer namaz inside the inner courtyard. So, the Muslims have not abandoned the mosque


Act of placing an idol in 1949 is an act of desecration


Babri Masjid not constructed on vacant land. There was a structure underlying the disputed structure. The underlying structure was not an Islamic structure.


The claim of Nirmohi Akhara is only of management. Nirmohi Akhara is not a Shabait, rules Supreme Court


This Court set up under the Constitutional scheme should defer from interfering with faith and belief of worshippers. Secularism basic feature of the Constitution


Idols and deity were placed in the structure in 1949


Facts have traversed history, religion, and law


Courtroom 1 declared the judgement unanimous


Shia Waqf Board petition claiming ownership dismissed


Ayodhya judgement reading started; The Supreme Court will take 30 minutes to complete the reading of the final verdict


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