Ayodhya verdict is out, Lord Ram to stay in the temple

Ayodhya verdict is finally out. The special Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court have decided that the place where Lord Ram’s idol is placed for now is actually the place where it should be. The Court has also said that the disputed land will be divided in three parts.

The Ayodhya verdict was scheduled to come out by 3:30 PM on 30th Sep, but it came out at about 4:30. The historic judgement of all three judges, comprising of Justice S U Khan, Sudhir Agarwal and D V Sharma, will be presented to the media separately and will also be available for detailed viewing at Allahabad Court Official website.

Ayodhya Temple or Babri Masjid

The disputed land will be divided into three, with one part for Ram Lalla, one going to the Sunni Waqf Board and last going to the Nirmohi Akhara. By majority of 2:1, the place where Ram Lalla is currently placed will go to the Hindus.

High Court has also dismissed the Sunni Waqf Board suit.

The verdict is sure to be challenged in the Supreme Court.

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