Dividing Ramjanmabhoomi is strange – Supreme Court

via HK published on May 9, 2011

New Delhi: Supreme court today stayed Allahabad High court ‘s verdict to divide Ramjanmabhumi among Hindus and Muslims into three. A petition was filed on behalf of Bhagwan Ram . The other appeals were filed by Nirmohi Akhara, Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha, Jamait Ulama-I-Hind and Sunni Central Wakf Board.

The court also directed that no religious activity should be performed on 67 acre area adjacent to the disputed site until final verdict. Hindus can continue pooja in the current makeshift temple.

The Hindu Mahasabha has sought partial annullment of the verdict of the high court, which ruled for handing over one third of the disputed site to Muslims. It sought the apex court’s endorsement of the September 30 minority verdict by Justice Dharam Veer Sharma who ruled for handing over of the entire land to Hindus.

A three-judge bench of the high court’s Lucknow bench had passed three separate judgements on September 30 with the majority verdict holding that the area covered by the central dome of the three-domed structure, where the idol of Lord Rama is situated, belongs to Hindus.

 It is worthwhile to note that Supreme court also haven’t questioned the documental proofs submitted by Archaeology Survey of India and Hindu organisations which clearly highlights the fact that – There Existed a Sri Ram Temple , and the so called mosque was built by Islamic tyrants only after demolishing the temple.   

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