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The Central Government had acquired 67 acres of land in Ayodhya.

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  • The Central Government had acquired 67 acres of land in Ayodhya, out of which the land is non-disputed, out of which land can be given to the Trust or Sunni Waqf Board.

New Delhi. In 1528 Mir Baqi built Babri Masjid in Ayodhya. The case first reached Faizabad court in 1885 after 307 years. In 2010, 125 years later, the Allahabad High Court gave its first major decision. The Supreme Court today ruled on the petitions challenging it. What are the main things related to this decision, what did the Hindu-Muslim side get from it, what will be the role of the government and whether it is to be believed that the Ayodhya dispute has finally come to an end, Bhaskar APP is answering these questions. ..

1. What are the three biggest decisions?

First - the birthplace is of Ram. The structure below the Babri Masjid was not Islamic. Secondly, a temple will also be built and a mosque will also be built. The temple on disputed land and in a prominent place inside the mosque Ayodhya. Third, the role of the central government will now be important. She will help provide land for the mosque. Will create trust for the temple.

2. Who owns the land?

The Supreme Court has given the entire disputed 2.77 acres of land for the Ram temple. That is, the top court has considered it as Ram Janmabhoomi. Separate parties like Nirmohi Akhara, Hindu Mahasabha, Shia and Sunni Waqf Board have not been given the right to this land. Along with this, the Central Government is free to assign about 64 acres of land acquired by it to the Trust for development and other works.

3. What did the Hindu side get from this decision?

All Hindu organizations wanted to build a Ram temple on the disputed land, but there was a dispute over the ownership of the land. After the Supreme Court's decision, the entire 2.77 acres of land will now be used to build the Ram temple. The Nirmohi Arena's claim of control over the disputed land was rejected by the Supreme Court, but asked the Center to consider representing the arena in trust.

4. What will be the process to build the temple? That means who will get it made?

The trust will be responsible for building the temple. The Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas, an organization associated with the Ayodhya movement, is also active. But the Supreme Court has not mentioned this trust. This trust can be a part of the trust to be formed by the government. On the other hand, 65% of the temple will be ready from the stones that have been carved in Karsevakapuram so far. Even if 1500 to 2500 artisans are employed every day, it will still take two and a half years to build the temple.

5. What will be the role of the government in building the temple?

The government has to formulate the trust and its rules and regulations within 3 months. After that the land for the construction of the temple has to be handed over to that trust. The Chief Justice said that the central government should decide the functions, rights and powers of the office bearers of the trust. This trust will look after the temple construction, temple management and development related work of that area. The outer and inner courtyards of the disputed area should be given to the trust. The central government is free to assign the land acquired by them to the trust under the newly created scheme for development and other works.

6. What did the Muslim side get?

The disputed structure was claimed by the Shia Waqf Board. At the same time, Allahabad High Court gave a third part of the disputed land to the Sunni Waqf Board in the 2010 decision. The Supreme Court rejected the claim of the Shia Board and asked the Sunni Waqf Board to give land in Ayodhya to build a new mosque. The Supreme Court has said that it is quite clear that the 16th-century three-domed structure was demolished by Hindu kar sevaks who wanted to build a Ram temple there. This was a mistake that should have been rectified. Justice will not prevail if the court ignores the claims of those Muslims who have been stripped of the mosque structure. Land should be given for the construction of a mosque to rectify the mistake. '

7. Who will provide the land for the mosque and where will it be?

The Supreme Court said in its decision that the central government should give 5 acres of land to the Sunni Waqf Board for the construction of a mosque at a prominent place in Holy Ayodhya. The Chief Justice said that along with handing over the disputed area to the trust, the central government should either give 5 acres of land to the Sunni Waqf Board out of its acquired 67 acres of land. Or it can be given land by the state government at some other prominent place in Ayodhya. The Central Government and the State Government can also take a decision with mutual consent to give five acres of land to the Sunni Waqf Board. The Sunni Waqf Board is free to build a mosque on five acres of land given to them, either on their own or with the help of someone else.

8. Has the dispute ended with this decision? Or can it be challenged again?

It is too early to say. The All India Muslim Personal Law Board has said that they are considering filing a review petition challenging the Supreme Court's decision. AIMIM MP Asaduddin Owaisi called it a victory of faith rather than facts. However, Uttar Pradesh and the Central Sunni Waqf Board have welcomed the decision and made it clear that they do not want to file a review petition.

9. What will be the role of the government in this matter now?

There will be three challenges before the government. First, the trust set up for temple construction should not fall prey to mutual differences between Hindu organizations. Second, the Sunni Waqf Board should be given 5 acres of land for the mosque, on which it agrees. Third- During the construction process of both the temple and the mosque, law and order in Uttar Pradesh and the country remained intact.

10. What were the three largest grounds the court had to reach its verdict?

  • The structure below the mosque was not an Islamic structure. The Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has confirmed the fact that there was a temple under the demolished structure.
  • The demolished structure is the birthplace of Lord Rama, this belief of Hindus is unquestioned.
  • The Sunni Waqf Board failed to prove its claim on the disputed land. Despite the disruption of worship in the mosque, evidence suggests that the prayer never completely stopped.
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