Babri masjid Vs Ayodhya Rammandir

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    tvs290posted 8 years ago

    Row Line, which was and is two years hundreds battle
    It is a dispute that dates back to before the first battle of independence of India. The first clashes between Hindus and Muslims in the Babri mosque was held in 1853, when Wajid Ali Shah was still the Nawab of Awadh. Not many details available, except that he managed to resolve the conflict without any loss of life Over three decades later, in 1885, Raghubar Das, who claimed to be the mahant janmasthan authorization needed to build a temple on chabootra ram. The final decision was rendered by a district judge, Faizabad following March. "I discovered that the mosque was built by Emperor Babar, stands on the border of Ayodhya. It is very unfortunate that a masjid should have been built on land specially held sacred by Hindus. But when that happened 356 years ago, it is too late now to remedy the complaint. Anything that can be done is to maintain the status ;the court ruled hgghfhg 'Das has filed a complaint with the Judicial Commissioner for Oudh (Awadh was then called) W. Young, who also refused his plea.

    Thus, the first series of judicial decisions in favor of conservation of the mosque, where he stood. The matter then lay dormant and the status quo remained intact over the next six decades. then the night intervening December 21 to 22, 1949, gods Ram mysteriously appeared in the mosque. Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, wanted idols will be removed, but the district magistrate and KK Nayar, law and order breaks citing possible, expressed his inability to do so. He later resigned. In 1950, a local resident, Gopal Singh Visharad, filed a complaint in the civil courts require a direction that allows it to offer prayers in the mosque where the idols were installed.

    But what are the main issues on which gives its verdict? HT takes a look: Is this the construction of a mosque in dispute? It was built on the site of a temple after demolishing the same thing? It is part of the property used for worship by Hindus immediately before the construction of the mosque in 1528? The property is the site of Lord Ram Support? Hindus worship the shrine was challenged in Shree Ram Janma Bhumi and treat it as a place of pilgrimage since time immemorial? the Muslim community in the possession of the property until 1949 and who have been deprived of the same? Muslims offered prayers at the shrine since time immemorial? They were the idols of Lord Ram placed inside the building involved in the night of 22 and 23 December 1949 or there before?

    What you think feel free to comment

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