Verdict given by Justice Khan in Ayodhya Case | Temple was not demolished; Traces of temple since times immemorial : Justice Khan

October 2nd, 2010| News.

Verdict given by Justice Khan in Ayodhya Case | Temple was not demolished; Traces of temple since times immemorial : Justice Khan

According to Justice Khan, construction of mosque had been done only in the place, where traces of temple were found. The parties couldn’t prove that land belongs to themselves only, so, place is for three parties. Justice Khan is of opinion that no temple was demolished for the construction of Babri Masjid (Mosque). This construction was made on the previously  damaged temple remains. Justice Khan has differed in  some aspects with the remaining two judges of the three-member bench of Ayodhya Case. While other judges are of opinion that the disputed construction was built by demolishing the temple and that the disputed construction has no signs of mosque, Justice Khan is of opinion that this mosque had been constructed on the previously damaged temple remains.

Khan is of opinion that this mosque construction had been made by Babar or by the orders of Babar. There are no evidences to prove that the place on which disputed construction has been built belongs to Babar or to those who have built this construction. Even before the construction of the mosque, Hindus believe that this the birth place  of Lord Rama. But we can’t show a particular portion of this widely spread area to be the birth place of Lord Rama. Even before 1949, since many centuries, Hindus believe that the present location of the temporary temple (main dome of the disputed construction) to be the birth place of Lord Rama. After the mid night of 22nd December 1949, idols of Lord Rama have been kept here. Even before 1885, there have been Ram Chabutra and Seeta Rasoyi in this place. Idols at this place are worshipped by Hindus.

But, on the other side of the fencing wall, and inside of the mosque’s outer wall, there was a special situation where both worship of Hindu idols and Muslim’s prayers were carried out. Both the parties have failed to prove that the land belongs to themselves. Hence, according to the 110 Section of witness based law, this land belongs to both the parties since the disputed land is in the possession of both the parties. He has declared to divide the land in to three parts and allocate each one to Hindus, Muslims and Nirmohi Akhara. The place in which idols of Lord Rama are present should be given to Hindus, places where Ram Chabutra and Seeta Rasoyi are present should be given to Nirmohi Akhara while the remaining part should be given for Muslims. In the allocation of land, small adjustments can be made according to the necessity. In this dispute, those who have lost much, should be given the compensation of the land at the nearby location, gathered by the government. It has also been ordered that the premises should not be subjected to any change till three months. Parties involved in the case can file their suggestions about the allocation of land, within this three months time.