The Ayodhya sub case, demanding if Muslims needed their mosque to be constructed at a controversial place for worship, has been quashed by the Supreme Court yesterday. On December 6, 1992, the Babri Masjid at Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh was demolished by Hindus, following which there were communal riots.
This case was enquired by Allahabad high court which had said that the 2.77 acres of land called as Ram Janma Bhoomi, must be separated among Sunni Muslim Wakf Board, Nir Mogi Akara organization and Ram Lalla organization, in a verdict given in 2010. However a doctor named Ismail faroqui had filed a case demanding that Mosques are important for Muslims, and that Babri Masjid cannot be confiscated.
However with a re appeal on this, yesterday ,the Supreme court bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Mishra, Ashok
Bhushan, Abdul Nasir, had pronounced the verdict, quashing the Ayodhya sub
case, and said that it was not necessary to transfer the case to the 7 member
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