Supreme Court Will Hear Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid Land Dispute Case Today

New Delhi: After the long wait, the Supreme Court’s special bench hearing is going on Friday on the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute case. To hear the case pending for six years, the Supreme Court has constituted a special bench of three judges – Justice Deepak Mishra, Ashok Bhushan, and Abdul Nazir, who will take regular hearing on this matter. Although it is not clear whether the case will be regular hearing from Friday or the regular hearing will be outlined. Earlier, the affidavit submitted by the Shia Waqf Board in the Supreme Court is being considered as important.

High court verdict was given in SC

The High Court had ordered the division of the Ram Janmabhoomi in three equal parts, sharing Ramlala Vihar, Nirmohi Akhara, and Sunni Board, while deciding the majority of the two-one. Judges of the Lucknow bench of the High Court had said that the area which was covered with the structure of three domes, the middle dome is part of the Hindus. At present, the idol of Ramlala is right there. The builder will be given part of the second land near the arena. Ram Chabootra and Sita kitchen will be included in this part. The remaining one-third part of the disputed site will be given to Sunni Waqf Board. No party was happy with the decision of the High Court heard on September 30, 2010, in which case the matter was challenged in the Supreme Court and on May 9, 2011, the court accepted the petitions filed in this regard for hearing.

What is the plea of big parties?

Ramlala Virajman says that when the High Court assumes that Muslims do not claim land, then it is not okay to order the division of land. More or less the same argument is also of the Nirmohi Akhara. On the other hand, Sunni Waqf Board has been told that it is wrong to dismiss their claim on the ground. In the same way, the Hindu Mahasangh also filed an appeal asking Muslims to give one-third of the land incorrectly.

Shia Wakf Board framed scandal?

Last week, the Shia Waqf Board filed an affidavit in this matter and brought a new turn. The order of the lower court from the Shia Waqf Board on March 30, 1946, has also been challenged in which the court had said that the mosque was the property of the Sunni Waqf Board. According to the board, the Babri Masjid was built by Mir Baqi, which was Shia. In such a situation, it becomes a proprietary right at the disputed site. The Board has said in its affidavit that a Ram temple can be built on the disputed land, while the mosque is made slightly apart. The Shia Waqf Board has even said that the Sunni Waqf Board did not solve the dispute in a peaceful manner. This issue can be resolved through negotiation.