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Ayodha verdict - Was it Justified

Updated on October 5, 2010

Ayodha verdict - Was it Justified

Ayodha verdict - Was it Justified


Much awaited decision on Babri Masjid demolition finally came on September 28th 2010, 18 years after the demolition of masjid. People were in state of turmoil when the hearing was postponed from 23rd to 28th september. But finally on 28th september, the verdict came with whole country on high alert.

After interference of Supreme Court of India, the hearing of verdict was finalized on 28th september which started at 3:30 pm. At the end, an unusual decision came, of which no one could ever imagine. The disputed land was divided into three parts. One-third went to Ram Lalla, one-third to Sunni Waqf Board and the remaining part to Nirmohi Akhara. So the Government of India with the help of judges thought that it was successful in closing this matter without causing any violence across the country. Sunni Waqf Board shortly announced that they will approach to Supreme Court for fresh hearings.

What I believe is that again justice was not fair and yet another time Muslims had to face the injustice. Being neutral, it was ok for me that the land was divided into three "equal" parts. The main region of land on which dome once existed was given to Ram Lalla which according to my conscience was unjustified beacuse it were the Hindus who caused demolition of Babri Masjid. So the main part of land on which dome of Babri Masjid once existed should have been given to Sunni Waqf Board. And other surprise was that no verdict was given against people who were found guilty for demolition of masjid.

People say that India is the biggest secular and democratic nation of the world but the problem here is that very few people respect each other's religion and justice is biased on the basis of power, money, caste and religion. These things make people believe that justice is not everyone's cup of tea and because of this reason, most of the people indulge in breaking the rules of society. This fact is sad but true and we will have to live with it.


Finally some lines on JUSTICE :


Halls of Justice Painted Green,

Money Talking;

Power Wolves Beset Your Door,

Hear Them Stalking;

Soon You'll Please Their Appetite,

They Devour;

Hammer of Justice Crushes You,

Overpower....


Justice Is Lost

Justice Is Raped

Justice Is Gone

Pulling Your Strings

Justice Is Done

Seeking No Truth

Winning Is All

Find it So Grim

So True

So Real

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      Conquistador 

      7 years ago

      Ur knowledge remains woefully incomplete about abrahamic religions(Judaism,Christianity,Islam etc). They have from Abraham tried to convert the people of other faiths to their own either by any way possible .Some examples-Missionaries in the tribal belts who try to convert by money...The muslims are the worst. In the medieval ages they tried to convert India into an islamic state through various ways. One was JIZYA which you might have read in history books. Other ways which was not so much written in the books by the "SECULAR historians"(read COMMUNISTS WHO HAVE ALWAYS AIMED FOR votebanks) was the destruction of temples. They tried to break the Spirit(BY DESTROYING THE TEMPLES). they did it in other places too like in ISRAEL(the cave of patriarcs,temple mount or the hagia sofia).

      Reclaiming what is rightfully yours(in this case proved by the ASI reports) is not wrong although the verdict was given to please everyone.

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      Tulika Sinha  

      7 years ago

      Every one i found saying respect our law and the jusdgement. First of all as per our law any land on which no one claimed for certain point of time automatically belongs to the person residing on it.

      If this judgement would have been came aginst Hindu's , was it the same thing come out by us, respect high court judgement n all.

      Its wrong way of going ahead, infact we are allowing people for making crimimal activity by demolishing smone's property. Are you ready if ur temples will be demolished if found the evidence of existance of any other religion substitute.

      Such evidences and reports how are generated we being Indian know very well. So any judgement on such evidence are not atall right according to me.

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      Tulika Sinha  

      7 years ago

      Taj mahal is one of our pride of India & huge revenu generation as well. If tommorow smone come n say there was a shiv mandir before. Will u demolish it?

      And if there was Ram Mandir on the deputed land before then why there was no report of protest by Hindu's when it was demolished.

      Even if there was Ram Mandir before its illogical demolishing 300yrs monument.

      The sourse of income for pujaris are through pilgrims who only come in Ayodhya if somuch of mandirs whould be there. It was preplaned & well executed for that purpose only.

      Second, Our BJP netas who were claiming the existance, where were they vanished when they were in power then after. Why didnt they came forward n made Ram Mandir on desputed land because even they know it wasnt so and was not willing to create any problem when they were in power.

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      vishal.rossi 

      7 years ago from Helsinki, Finland

      we are speaking abt the common thing which everyone knows....

      go and ask anybody about ayodha's decision and they will tell you about division of land

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      pisean282311 

      7 years ago

      first of all to comment on court judgment one must read the judgment...i haven't read that...it is 8000 page judgment and coming from three judges..so we can't just comment on something which we haven't gone through...

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      chubatemjen 

      7 years ago

      Let's wait for final verdict from the supreme court..without any post assumption...

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      sujju 

      7 years ago from mangalore, india

      there are some things tat are beyond the constitutional set up of a country..its about faith, which has been passed on to generations for thousands of years..it can be let gone so easily..it is a part of our civilization, a major ingredient...every indian shud strive to preserve it..pls understand the importance..if it goes, somethin so valuable is lost for ever..its a reflection of our culture, artistic advancement, ethics n much more..every Indian shud realize its importance n restore the glorious part of our mother land..pls feel it buddy..

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      sujju 

      7 years ago from mangalore, india

      Imagin a place n a deity being worshipped for hundreds of years with heart filled faith n deep emotions involved n suddenly some destroyer comes, destroys the massive structure burning hundreds of people's emotions,faith n render them helplessly watch their sacred place destroy n replaced by a building of the foreigner..how would the pain be, how brutal n inhuman is that..isnt tat vandalism, isnt tat injustice, isnt tat theft...? wen the disputed structure doesnt comply to the tenets of Islam, wen the archeological survey of India has found remains of a massive 3 storey structure, wen its somethin regarding faith, wen it is a very sacred place to Hindus just like Mecca, Vatican city, is it wrong to request,fight for, force for the reclaim..? its a part of history, a part of Indian civilization, a part of our faith.. how is it injustice to ask for a place with such importance..? how didnt the demolition of the massive sacred place about 1000 years back seem injustice to u..? I request our muslim brethren to understand the sentiments n let us rebuild what was destroyed..

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      prajjwal_88 

      7 years ago

      wud like to contradict u ..u said that it was an injustice to muslims...??? hey don't get biased.. why does it matter whether the same part should be given to muslims...if it matters to muslims then it should matter to hindus as well.. the decision was quite fine ...

      when it was made clear that there was ram mandir earlier. n the masjid has already been demolished.. the main place had to be given for ram mandir..peace can only prevail when both the parties compromises on this issue and move on.. otherwise this wrangle is never gonna end....

      an eye for an eye will eventually make the world blind!!..

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      vishal.rossi 

      7 years ago from Helsinki, Finland

      1- if its misleading you, then what can i do.

      2- please keep yourself updated....go and watch news about judgement; whether its over or still awaiting...

      3- i dont care and give a shit whether u liked my blog or not....

      4- u are no one to tell me what to post and what not to post....so FO

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      heavenly domain 

      7 years ago

      I think this is not fair. this post is clearly intended to mislead people. this was not a judgment on babari masjid demolition case, it was only the judgment about the 'ramajanma bhoomi'. the musjid demolition is still there awaiting its judgment(as i know). don't post such rubbish comment to destroy the secularity of Indians.you people are the key cause for terrorism. i really appreciate my Muslim brothers , not to give your ears to such rubbish, and to keep our country secular....... thanks once again to all indians... BHARATH MATHA KI JAY.....

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      vishal.rossi 

      7 years ago from Helsinki, Finland

      that happened in 1542 when Babar conquered india...and at that time, there was no democracy. Rulers conquered,destroyed whatever they wanted, built anything which they thought appropriate...

      Demolition thing happened in 1992, at the time when india was a democratic and secular country......u cant equate what happened in 1542 and 1992.....

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      7 years ago

      Imagin a place n a deity being worshipped for hundreds of years with heart filled faith n deep emotions involved n suddenly some destroyer comes, destroys the massive structure burning hundreds of people's emotions,faith n render them helplessly watch their sacred place destroy n replaced by a building of the foreigner..how would the pain be, how brutal n inhuman is that..isnt tat vandalism, isnt tat injustice, isnt tat theft...? wen the disputed structure doesnt comply to the tenets of Islam, wen the archeological survey of India has found remains of a massive 3 storey structure, wen its somethin regarding faith, wen it is a very sacred place to Hindus just like Mecca, Vatican city, is it wrong to request,fight for, force for the reclaim..? its a part of history, a part of Indian civilization, a part of our faith.. how is it injustice to ask for a place with such importance..? how didnt the demolition of the massive sacred place about 1000 years back seem injustice to u..? I request our muslim brethren to understand the sentiments n let us rebuild what was destroyed..

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      sameer 

      7 years ago

      Its not a justic its a joke and country heading towards another PARTITION.

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      Narendra Kumar Dash 

      7 years ago

      60 years excercise gone for Humanbeing,who is himself hold his patienace to justifay,simplifay,& donifay,

      because he is dayalu param puroshottam.Samarat Ramchanda prabhu.As far my knowladge concerned he has given time and respect to Ravan also to get back Sita Rani of Ayoudha and bear all difficulties.According this the Three judges done very very good thing for the mankind.

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      mandar smart 

      7 years ago

      u r right... people who was found guilty in this verdict should had been punished.... otherwise no matter that original main part given to sunnis or not.. main thing is it was not partial decision by hindu chief justice... so feel good decision for all.... nice rossi

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      KUMAR RAHUL 

      7 years ago

      judicial vetdict can never b a guarantee 2 ever lasting solution 2 matters pertaining 2 religious beliefs nd fundamentals..........

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      saket71 

      7 years ago from Delhi, India

      What happened in 1992 does not decide on the correctness of the claim. What happened in 1992 was as unjust as what happened in 1542, but irrespective of that, why the judgement be looked upon as an injustice on Muslims. Just as no one is going to do any DNA test on the hair thread of charar-e-shareef, why should it be subject to such humiliation. It is fashionable to be liberal but if not backed by logic it would not be a loss to humanity if you rather end up being bigot. I for one, do not care what the judgement was and do not think it to be unjust on any of the contending parties.

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      nita 

      7 years ago

      We all have only one God and religion was made by people. If only every one realizes God is present every where and not in a particular place,he dwells in us and we are all one.

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