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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Ayodhya Verdict Result Announced Masjid-Ram Mandir controversy

Nyas Won By defeating Suni Waqf Board the Verdict By 2-1
Result also on Allahabad High Court website
Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court on Ayodhya’s much-awaited decision has been exposed.


According to literature dating back to 1987, before the 1940s the mosque was called Masjid-i Janmasthan (‘mosque on birthplace’) by Indian Muslims

1947 – A Government order prohibited Muslims from being around the site (at least 200 yards). The main gate was locked. However, Hindu pilgrims allowed to enter through a side door.

1984 – The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) started a campaign to reclaim the site for Hindus so that a temple dedicated to the infant Ram (Ramlala) could be erected.

1989 – Allahabad High Court passed an order that the main gates should be opened up and restored the site to Hindus for eternity.

1992 – The dispute took a rather ugly turn on Dec 6, 1992 when the Babri Masjid was demolished during a political rally. This led to riots in which over 2000 were killed.

Indian courts were going to give their verdict on these questions on September 24th 2010, but it has been postponed to September 28th 2010, in the hope that an out of court settlement is still possible.

Read more: Ayodhya Verdict: Masjid-Ram Mandir controversy | Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid | Ayodhya History | Nihar's World
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Security Measures taken in India due to Ayodhya Verdict Judgement:

* 1,90,000 security personnel in Uttar Pradesh
* 19 places have been identified as “sensitive.”
* Maharashtra, Kerala, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh have been identified as trouble-prone.
* Central forces would be 10 minutes away and on call with extensive deployment near sensitive spots.
* India Air Force aircraft would be on standby to transport troops to eight places across the country.
* Ban on bulk SMSes continues.
* No pillion riders and parking not allowed near restricted sites in Delhi, Hyderabad.

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