The whole country is waiting for the decision of the Supreme Court on the issue of Ayodhya. It remains to be seen in whose favor the verdict will come.
Let me tell you, Ayodhya is considered the birthplace of Rama. In such a situation, the Hindus claim that here was the primary temple which was broken and a mosque was built. At the same time, the claim of the Muslim community is totally the opposite. However, the Supreme Court will decide who is right and who is not.
Let us figure out when and who built the Babri Masjid, how it got its name.
It is believed that Mir Baqi, the commander of the Mughal ruler Babur, built the mosque in Ayodhya which was known as Babri Masjid. Let me tell you, this mosque was built by Mir Baqi in the name of his emperor Babur.
Babur came to India in 1526. By 1528, his empire reached Awadh (present Ayodhya). Let me tell you, after this, the information of history for nearly three centuries is not present on any open source.
After which the date of 6 December 1992 was recorded in the pages of history. Let me tell you, thousands of kar sevaks reached Ayodhya and demolished the Babri Masjid and built a temporary Ram temple. Only after this did communal riots take place all over the country. About 2000 people lost their lives in this.
1853: ... when there were riots in Ayodhya for the first time.
It is said that there was a riot in 1853 for the first time between the Hindus and Muslims regarding the Ayodhya temple-mosque issue. At that time, Nirmohi Akhara claimed the structure and said that the site on which the mosque stands. There used to be a temple there. Which was destroyed during Babur's reign. For the next 2 years, violence continued in Awadh (currently Ayodhya) over this issue.
According to Faizabad District Gazette 1905, till 1855, both Hindus and Muslims continued to worship or worship in the same building.
Photo- Ayodhya Ghat
Let me tell you, since then till date there has been a debate among the Hindu Muslim community on whether there was a temple or a mosque in Ayodhya. The Masjid was demolished on 6 December 1992. After which a case related to the ownership of the land was registered in the Allahabad High Court.
In this case, a three-member bench of the High Court on 30 September 2010 gave its verdict on 2.77 acres of land. According to this decision, one third of the land will go to the Ram temple. Whose Hindu Mahasabha will be represented. The second one-third was decided to be given to the Sunni Waqf Board and the remaining one-third to the Nirmohi Akhara. Let me tell you, on May 9, 2011, Hindu and Muslim parties had appealed in the Supreme Court against the decision of Allahabad High Court.
2017: Supreme Court called for an out-of-court settlement. Charges of criminal conspiracy on top BJP leaders were reinstated.
8 March 2019: The Supreme Court sent the case for arbitration. The panel was asked to conclude the proceedings within 8 weeks.
August 6, 2019: Daily hearing of Ayodhya case starts in Supreme Court.
16 October 2019: Ayodhya case hearing completed. The Supreme Court reserved the verdict.