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A suitable plot of land measuring 5 acres to be given to Sunni Board for building mosque: CJI

Hindus to get land subject to conditions, says CJI. Centre to frame a scheme, trust to be formed.

Unanimous verdict: Muslim parties to be given alternate land, rules Supreme Court.

Cannot differentiate between one religion and another, says Supreme Court

Both suit 4 of Sunni Board and suit 5 of Ram Lalla have to be decreed and relief should moulded

It is clearly established that while Muslims offered prayer inside the inner courtyard while the same was done by Hindus in the outer court yard: SC

The Muslims have not brought evidence to show possessory title, there is no evidence to show the offer of Namaz by Muslims to the exclusion of Hindus

Updates on Ayodhya verdict:

– The outer courtyard became a focal point of worshipping by Hindus

– Riots of 1934 indicate that the possession of inner courtyard became a matter of serious contention

– Muslims have not been able to establish possessory title to inner courtyard, Supreme Court.

From documentary evidence it emerges that prior to 1857, there was no exclusion of Hindus from worshiping at the site, Supreme Court

SC: Title should be decided based on evidence in a court of law. Title cannot be established based on faith and belief

Delhi police appeals for “peace and tranquility”


Accounts of travellers must be read with introspection. Court must be circumspect in taking conclusions from what a traveller may have seen and observed, says apex court

Ayodhya verdict: Supreme Court says that faith and belief of Hindus that Ram was born in Ayodhya is justified

Ahead of the Ayodhya verdict, South India on high alert

There is adequate material in ASI report to conclude the following: Babri Masjid not constructed on vacant land. There was a structure underlying the disputed structure. The underlying structure was not an Islamic structure, Supreme Court.

Ram Janam Bhoomi not a juristic person, holds Supreme Court

The claim of Nirmohi Akhara is only of management. Nirmohi Akhara is not a Shabait, rules Supreme Court

Secularism basic feature of the Constitution: SC

Court should preserve balance: Supreme Court


CJI Ranjan Gogoi begins reading the verditc

The verdict on Ayodhya case is to be an unanimous judgment


Courtroom 1 open. The verdict being read out by a 5 member bench comprising of: CJI Ranjan Gogoi, CJI designate Justice SA Bobde, Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Abdul Nazeer

Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi led 5-judge bench to deliver the verdict in the enxt couple of minutes

Section 144 imposed across Uttar Pradesh

Court No. 1 of Supreme Court jammed packed

Countdown has started as Supreme Court of Indian to deliver the verdict on Ayodhya case

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