Ayodhya case

The verdict on the Ayodhya case is historic in more ways than one because it is probably the first verdict to be heard on Saturday in the 69-year history of the apex court. A senior official of the Supreme Court said that justices hear cases five days a week from Monday to Friday. In special circumstances, the court also holds hearings on Saturdays and other holidays. But this was probably the first time that Chief Justice of India Justice Ranjan Gogoi has given such an important decision on Saturday.

Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya- disputed land to Ramlala, Sunni Waqf Board gets 5 acres of land

PPS of Chief Justice H.K. Juneja said, “Under special circumstances, the court has heard on Saturday, Sunday and even at night.” But, I do not remember if any decision has been made on Saturday, perhaps it is one of those rare moments. “He recalled an incident involving the demolition of the Babri Masjid on December 6, 1992, when The then Chief Justice of India MN Venkatachalaiah held a special meeting at his residence in the evening in which the Supreme Court of Uttar Pradesh refused to fulfill the promise of protecting the 16th century mosque. Green Chief Minister Kalyan Singh was also criticized.

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While giving the verdict on this dispute more than a century ago, the Supreme Court asked to build a Ram temple under the supervision of a trust formed by the government on the disputed land of Ayodhya and also said that in Ayodhya itself, five acres of land for the mosque were discovered. Go A five-member constitution bench headed by Justice Ranjan Gogoi, along with this system, which is very important from the point of view of Indian history, blocked this sensitive dispute that has been going on for nearly 130 years. The bench said that the right to disputed 2.77 acres of the disputed land should be handed over to the statue of Ram Lala, although its possession will remain with the receiver of the central government.

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