Verdict given by Justice Agarwal in Ayodhya Case | Disputed land is Ram Janma Bhoomi and it has to be divided into three equally: Justice Agarwal

October 2nd, 2010| News.

Verdict given be Justice Agarwal in Ayodhya Case | Disputed land is Ram Janma Bhoomi and it has to be divided into three equally: Justice Agarwal

According to Justice Agarwal, idols are to be kept at the same place since Hindu’s belief cannot be ignored. Justice Sudhir Agarwal is of opinion that Hindus believe that the main dome in the disputed land of Ayodhya, is the birth place of Lord Rama. This belief should not be damaged in anyway.  This aspect should be left untouched. Idols should not be taken out from their place. He declared that disputed land should be divided in to three and should be allotted to each of the three. In his judgment, he ordered to give the place where temporary temples are present, to Hindus. Ram Chabutra (Lord Rama’s stage) and Seeta Rasoyi (Seetha’s kitchen) and Bhandars are to be given to Nirmoha Akhara. Nirmoha Akhara has got more number of evidences than others, which prove that the disputed land belongs to themselves.

Since Hindus and Muslims have used the inner part of the disputed land since centuries, the  land belongs to both of them. Place outside the premises, can be shared between Nirmoha Akhara and ‘Ramlalla’. In the total land, Muslims should be given share not less than one third part. If needed, place outside the premises can also be given. Justice Agarwal has made it clear that the central government should use the gathered place outside the disputed land to make way for these three parties to enter their praying places and that they don’t harm each others’ right on the property. In the disputed land, the present conditions should be continued for three months. In this case, justice has overruled the remaining two petitions.