New Delhi: Supreme Court is giving its verdict on Ayodhya Ram Temple and Babri Masjid case. First, the Chief Justice has said that the Shia Waqf Board's petition has been dismissed. After this, the claim of court Nirmohi Akhara has also been rejected. The five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi is delivering the verdict.
The court has also said on the basis of ASI report that the mosque was not built on vacant land. Along with this, the court in its decision based on the ASI report said that there is no concrete information about the construction of the mosque by breaking the temple.
The court has said that the claim of the arena is out of the limit. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi is reading the verdict on Ayodhya. During this time CJI Gogoi has said that the statues were placed in 1949.
The CJI has stated that the Muslim side could not prove that they had ownership of the land. The court has said that the central government will prepare the plan in three months. Gogoi has said that Muslims will be relocated to the mosque. The court said that the Muslims had no right over the outer enclosure. The Sunni Waqf Board could not provide proof that it had exclusive rights here.