See the 500 year history of Babri Masjid case

The Supreme Court of India is going to announce the verdict in many controversial Babri Masjid cases or Ayodhya cases in India. The verdict will be announced at 7am this morning. The verdict of this great controversial case of the past few centuries is about to be published and is within hours.

According to Indian political observers, a major part of Indian politics has revolved around the debate. But this is the historic moment when the Supreme Court of India is about to pass a verdict. Let’s take a peek at this retirement, which is the most controversial case ever –

1528 – Mir Baqir, the commander of the Mughal Emperor Babar built the mosque.

1885 – Mahant Raghubar Das appealed for hanging on the outside of Babri mosque in Faizabad District Court. The application was rejected in court.

1949 – The idol of Ram Lala was brought into the main dome of the controversial style.

Gopal Shimla Bishad appealed to Faizabad District Court for the right to worship the idols of Ramlala.

1950 – Paramahangs Ramchandra Das sued for keeping idols and performing puja.

1959– Nirmohi Akhara sued for the rights of the place.

1961– The Sunni Central Waqf Board filed the same demand.

1986- February 1 – Local court orders the government to grant access to Hindu pilgrims. At that time Rajiv Gandhi was the Prime Minister.

A friend close to Ramlala Birajman of Ayodhya Ramjanmabhumi, and Devki Nandan Agarwal, a former judge of the Allahabad High Court, filed the case.

August 14-1989 – The Allahabad High Court directs that the situation should be maintained in the disputed area.

1990 December 25, BJP leader BJP leader LK Advani begins a rath yatra from Somnath, Gujarat.

6 December 1992– The karsebakari demolishes the Babri Masjid.

3 April 1993, 1 – The acquisition of disputed area of ​​the land is passed to acquire the land of Ayodhya. Allahabad High Court filed writ petition challenging various aspects of the Act. Article 5 of the Constitution replaced the writ petition with the Supreme Court, which is still pending in the High Court.

24 April 1994, 1 – The Supreme Court ruled in the historic Ismail Farooqi case that the mosque did not belong to Islam.

April 2002 – A hearing in the High Court begins with the ownership of the disputed land.

13 March 2003 – The Supreme Court says there will be no religious activity on the occupied land.

March 14 – Supreme Court says interim order to maintain communal harmony will remain in force until settlement of civil case in Allahabad High Court.

30 September 2010, – The High Court ruled that the disputed land should be allotted between the Sunni Waqf Board, Nirmohi Akhara and Ramlala. The three justices did not agree. Voting is done on 2-4 basis.

9 May 2011, – The Supreme Court announces the suspension of the High Court verdict on the Ayodhya land dispute.

26 February 2016 – Subrahmanyam Swami appeals to Supreme Court seeking permission to build Ram temple in disputed place.

21 March 2017 – Chief Justice JS Khehar offers wartime parties outside the court.

August 7 – The Supreme Court sets up a three-judge bench to hear the petition challenging the judgment of the Allahabad High Court.

August 8 – Shiite Central Board of Uttar Pradesh says in the Supreme Court that a mosque may be built in a Muslim-dominated area, not far from the disputed site.

September 11 – The Supreme Court directs the Chief Justice of the Allahabad High Court that two additional district judges should be nominated within three days for a favorable mediation on disputed land.

November 20 – The Sia Central Waqf Board in Uttar Pradesh tells the Supreme Court that temples and mosques can be built in Lucknow.

December 1 – A civil rights activist appealed to the Allahabad High Court to challenge the judgment of 27.

8 February 2018 – The hearing of the petition for all civil cases begins in the Supreme Court.

March 14 – The Supreme Court rejects all interim applications (including those sought to be a part of this case), including Subrahmanyam’s husband.

Rajiv Dhawan appealed to the Supreme Court to reconsider the observations made on the April 7-April 5 verdict.

July 20 – Supreme Court adjourns Raidan.

September 27 – The Supreme Court refuses to move the case to the Constitutional Bench of five judges. It was informed that the case will be heard from the newly constituted three-judge bench from October 25.

October 29 – The Supreme Court adjourns the case to the appropriate bench in the first week of January, which will set the day for hearing.

December 24 – The Supreme Court has decided that all the petitions related to it will be heard from January 1.

January 8, 2019 – The Supreme Court says the appropriate bench made by them will set a January 7 hearing for the case.

January 8 – The Supreme Court announces a five-member constitutional bench. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogike was placed on top. The other judges on the bench are SA Bobde, NV Ramana, YU Lalit and DY Chandrachud.

January 10 – Justice Yue Lalit removed himself from the case and told the Supreme Court to begin hearing the case before a new bench on January 26.

January 25 – The Supreme Court sets up a five-member constitutional bench. The members of the new bench are Justice Ranjan Gogai, Justice SA Bobde, DY Chandrachur, Ashok Bhushan and SA Nazir.

January 29 – The Center appeals to the Supreme Court to return the remaining 5 acres of land to their habitual owners, excluding the disputed section.

February 20 – The Supreme Court says the hearing of the case will begin from January 27.

February 26 – The Supreme Court called for mediation, marking the day of March 7 to decide whether to appoint court-appointed mediators.

March 6 – The Supreme Court adjourns the verdict on whether the land should be settled through dispute resolution.

April 9 – Opposition petition for return of land to Nirmohi Akhara Center.

May 9 – A three-member mediation committee submits their interim report to the Supreme Court.

July 18 – The Supreme Court asks for the mediation to continue, and the August 5 deadline is set for submission.

August 1 – Mediation report submitted to Supreme Court in closed envelope.

August 6 – The Supreme Court issues a hearing on a daily basis in the land case.

October 16 – The hearing ends in the Supreme Court, pending the judgment.

November 9,2019 – Supreme Court declares in Ayodhya case at 10:30 am.

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