Babri Mosque case: Indian SC orders to construct Ram Mandir on disputed site

Anum RizwanWeb Editor

09th Nov, 2019. 11:24 am

The verdict on Babri Mosque land in Ayodhya, was announced today by Supreme Court of India that the ownership of disputed religious site will be given to Hindus for the construction of a temple.

According to details, The five-judge bench, in a unanimous decision over the Babri Mosque site, asked the government to set up of a trust that will construct a temple for Hindu deity Ram.

They ruled that it is an undisputed faith of Hindus that Lord Ram was born under one of the domes.

Quoting report, the Bench said that the underlying structure in the disputed site was not of Islamic origin, however the report does not support whether the temple was demolished.

The court also says the mosque was not built on a vacant land, as claimed by the Muslim parties.

The top court ruled on Saturday that Muslims will be given five acres of land at an alternative site in Ayodhya, in northern Uttar Pradesh state.

Foreign Minister of Pakistan Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the Indian Supreme Court’s verdict in Babri Mosque case apparently reflects the bigoted ideology of Modi government.

In his statement today, he also expressed surprise as to why did the day of opening of Kartarpur Corridor was chosen by the Indian apex court for the verdict in Babri Mosque case.

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