Babri Masjid and Ayodhya Ram Mandir Dispute, 70 years nundi Hindu-Muslims madhya jarugutunna ee religious sentimental issue assala ekkada start aindi ? ela jarigindi ? ippudu em jaruguthondi ? Supreme Court em verdict pass chesindi ? anedi ippudu telusukundham.
1996, December 2….Uttar Pradesh loni 2.77 Acres lo unna Ayodhya nagaram. Ikkada 1528 lo Mughal emperor and Aurangzeb lu Rama Mandiram ni demolish chesi Babri Masjid kattarani group of hindu people aa Masjid ni occupy chesi akkada Ramudi statues tho patu Masjid paina Hindu Flags ni protest chesaru. Ila start aina issue 70 years nundi nonstop ga Hindu-Muslims madhya riots madhya jaragadam tho akkada aa place ni court adhina loki tisukundi.
Assala ee issue ki mundu em jarigindi? Madhyalo em jarigindi ? Rama Janma Bhoomi anadaniki proofs enti ? ane vishayalu timeline lo chuseddam.
Timeline of Ayodhya-Babri Dispute 1528 to 2019:
600 BC: In Buddha’s time (600 B.C.) the present day Ayodhya was called Saketa and it was one of the 6 largest cities of North India.
1528: Babri masjid was built by Mughal King Babur, before this masjid construction ee place ni ‘Rama Janma Bhoomi’ ga hindus koliche varu. It was also believed that emperor Aurangzeb (r. 1658–1707) built the mosque after demolishing a temple dedicated to Rama.
1949: Disputed Masjid Central Dome Place lo Hindus idi Ramudi Janma Bhoomi antu akkada Ramudi Statues pettadam jarigindi.
1950: Paramahansa Ramachandra Das files suit for continuation of worship and keeping the idols inside the mosque.
1959: Nirmohi (Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad and belongs to the Vaishnava sampradaya) files suit, seeks possession of the site.
1981: After 22 Years, Hindu-Muslim madhya jarigina several riots taruvatha Sunni Wakf Baord…site possesssion ni kapadali antu petition vesindi.
“Sunni complaint taruvatha…ikkada hindus ki entry apesaru”.
1986: Hindu-Muslims madhya jarugutunna riots ni apadaniki local court…Hindus ni temple loki allow cheyalantu orders pass chesindhi.
Aug 1989: Allahabad HC orders status quo(యథాతథ స్థితి) with respect to the disputed site. Ee order taruvatha Hindu-Muslims madhya Ayodhya lo konni riots jarigayi.
1996 Dec 2: Appati Varaku jarigina Hindu-Muslims madhya Ayodhya lo konni riots normal gane unna. 1996 lo, December 2 roju group of hindu people (VHP Activists) , Babri Masjid loki velli…Masjid lo..Masjid paina Hindu flags ni petti ‘Banayange Mandir’ antu slogans chesaru.
Raise of ‘Banayenge Mandir’ slogan and December 6th Black Day started from here:
Ala…1996 Dec 2 taruvatha jarigina ee incident only UP lone kadu countrywide ga Hindu-Muslims madhya rivalry and riots perigi poyayi. Konni Hindu organisations…like VHP, Bajrang Dal, Shiva Sena, RSS akkadi nundi Rama Mandiram eh target ga country mottham ‘Banayange Mandir’ slogan ni pracharam loki tiskochindi. Literally it became a religious movement after that ani chepocchu.
Babri Masjid demolishing chesinanduku…ee incident taruvatha every year December 6th nundi Black Day ni observe chestuntaru.
Acquisition of Babri-Ayodhya place for temporarily after HC orders:
1993: Uttar Pradesh High Court 1993 lo ee religious issues and riots ki check peduthu Babri-Ayodhya place ni Governement adhinam loki tisukoni akkada Hindi-Muslim elanti prayers, and actions cheyoddhu antu orders pass chesindi.
2002, April: HC started hearings from both Hindu and Muslim communities on dispute. Almost ee hearing 8 years continuos ga jarigayi.
2010: September 2010 lo ee disputed land ni 3 ways lo divide chesthu…Sunni Board, Nirmohi Akhara & Ram Lalla Temple ga Allahabad HC orders pass chesindi.
“But Hindu-Muslims are not satisfied with HC Verdict and approached Supreme Court in 2011”
2011, May SC Stays on HC Orders: Allahabad HC order tho satisfy avvani Hindu-Muslim communities, ee dispute ni Supreme Court lo appeal chesayi. HC pass chesina orders paina stay isthu Supreme Court ee case lo almost 9 years nundi hearings vintune undi.
In between 2011 and 2019:
2017: SC suggests out of court settlement among rival parties and 3 judge Bench to hear plea challenging 1994 verdict.
July 2018: SC ‘Reserved Verdict’ after hearings from both Hindu-Muslim communities.
October and December 2018: Again SC started hearings and fixed the case for the 1st week of Jan 2019.
“5 Bench Judges was setup headed by ‘Ranjan Gogoi’ Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India appointed on 3rd October, 2018”
Feb 2019: 5 bench headed by Ranjan Gogoi favors the mediation to solve this issue.
9th May 2019: Interim report submitted in SC by 3 member mediation committee.
10th May 2019: SC grants extension to Aug 15th for the mediation process.
“Supreme Court started day-to-day hearings after mediation fails on 6th Aug, 2019 and SC released press note stating “Hearing ends on Oct 17th, Judgement on Nov 17th” – Supreme court.
“16th October, 2019: Final ga both communities nundi hearings vintu vacchina SC, ee roju final ga hearings ki full stop petti, Final Verdict ki November 17th ni verdict date ga fix chesindi”.
Now: Finally after 40 days of daily hearings the second-longest hearing in the history of the Supreme Court, Ragan Gagoi and 5 bench team released verdict today:
What Supreme Court Said Now and Historical Ayodhya Verdict Highlights:
1. Supreme Court said that the UP Sunni Central Waqf Board has failed to establish its case in Ayodhya dispute case and Hindus have established their case that they were in possession of outer courtyard of the disputed site.
2. The Supreme Court has said that there is no evidence of ownership between 13 to 16th centuries.
3. The entire 2.77 acres will remain with the receiver and will be handed over to a trust to be formed in 3 months to build a temple.
4. The Muslims will get alternate land either in the surplus 67 acres acquired in and around the disputed structure by the central govt or any other prominent place.
5. SC clears that Hindus can construct a temple on 2.77 acres of land allotted to them and Muslims are allowed to get alternate Masjid place.
6. The entire 2.77 acres will remain with the receiver and will be handed over to a trust to be formed in 3 months to build a temple.
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