Ayodhya Judgement a Step Forward

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The Allahabad High Court, Lucknow bench, has delivered the much awaited judgement and decided the case of the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri masjid that had been hanging fire for almost sixty years plus. Let us take a look what the major issues were and who the main contestants were. The three judge bench comprised Justice Sharma, Justice Agarwal and Justice Khan.

The judges were unanimous in their decision that Shri Ram Chandra Ji was born there where his idol known as Ram Lala is Virajman for worship. Thus the sanctum sanctorum belongs to Ram Lala Ji and that the idols will NOT be removed. The Hindu worship would continue as heretofore. 

 The High Court dismissed the case of the Muslim Waqf Board by a majority judgement, 2 to 1, and said that they had no claim to be a party to suit as their case was time-barred and also did not hold water on merit. The case of Visharad Ji was also time barred.

The Hon’ble High Court held that there was a Hindu temple at the site before it was demolished by Mir Baqi, under orders of Babur. The Archaelogical Survey of India had proved the existence of a Hindu place of worship beyond doubt. Therefore, construction of a mosque at the site of a demolished place of worship of another Faith was against the tenets of Islam. Moreover, it is on record that the Muslims were not offering prayers for quite some time before the structure was demolished by the Hindus in 1992.

The present structure known as Ram Chabutra and the Sita Rasoi had all along been in the possession of the Nirmohi Akhara and shall continue to be theirs.

Justice Khan said in his judgement that the land outside the area of the present makeshift temple and claimed by the Muslims as a part of their former graveyard will be divided into three parts equally and shared by the Ram Lala Ji, the Nirmohi Akhara and the Muslim party of the litigation. Justice Agarwal went with this view but not Justice Sharma who found no merit in the proposed division of land outside the present makeshift temple where worship is being done on a daily basis.


The Nirmohi Akhara is , generally speaking, satisfied with the judgement. The Ramlala’s lawyers will study the judgement in detail before making a decision on filing an appeal or not filing. The Muslim Waqf Board counsel said that the judgement was not as per his expectation. He would file an appeal in the Supreme Court. However, he conceded that the High Court judgement on the Ayodhya Janmasthan case was a step forward.

Although the central government and the state governments of the sensitive areas have made adequate arrangements for maintenance of law and order, it is feared that the unruly elements among the dissatisfied Muslim community may make an attempt to foment trouble. The security agencies will be stretched far and wide to keep peace and maintain law and order due to the Commonwealth Games and the present pro-Pakistan elements in India bent on bringing a bad name to Bharat.

The governments are determined to suppress the trouble makers and maintain peace as well as protect the law-abiding citizens.

The status quo will be maintained at the present temple site and the Hindu worship would continue. The High Court has stayed its own judgement for 90 days giving time to the aggrieved party to file an appeal in the Supreme Court. The Citizens are satisfied that the suspense is over and a decisive judgement delivered by the High Court.