New turn in ayodhya case


New turn in Ayodhya case

By Sandeep nagyaan · 28 Sep 2018

New turn in Ayodhya case

 Context:- The Supreme Court has reject to set up a larger bench to revisit a 1994 verdict which held that a “mosque is not a necessary part of Islam”, decision of Supreme Court had made the examination in the limited context of acquisition of land.

Current condition:- On Thursday the three-judge bench said in a 2:1 majority verdict delivered by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra and Justice Ashok Bhushan. The third judge, Justice S Abdul Nazeer, delivered a resist judgment. The main fact to delay this case by some religious groups Sunni Waqf Board and other religious groups suddenly started to stress that the first decision of 1994 was to re- consider the decision. To be sent to the Constitution Bench that it was said that practice in the mosque is not an necessary part of Islam. Now Court reject the demand of the pressure groups and now the SC also ruled that this remark was not relevant to decide the Ayodhya land case. Hearing of the appeal in the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute case will begin from the star of week October 29. Background of this case:- The Babri Masjid, a 16th century mosque was destroyed in 1992 by karsewaks who said that it had to be brought down so that a temple could be built for Lord Ram at Ayodhya. In 1994, a five-judge constitution bench had considered the question of acquisition of a religious place by the state . In this verdict, it had Infer that Namaz could be offered anywhere and that a mosque was not necessary for this. The Uttar Pradesh government was opposite the petitions, infer that the Muslim groups were trying to delay the hearing in the case and that they had not raised the matter since 1994 and even in 2010, but after the Allahabad high Court divide this land in three parts — the Sunni Waqf Board, the Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lalla. Some Muslim parties in the Ayodhya land title case refer to the SC, against the Allahabad High Court. Now this the new part of previous section of Ayodhya case.

Conclusion:- This step which taken by Supreme Court, it is a Indicate that very soon this big fight will be solve without the any communal violence.