The Supreme Court has finally given its verdict on the Ayodhya issue after ages
The present Ayodhya Verdict is that the Supreme Court has finally given its verdict on the Ayodhya issue after ages. The issue of Babri Masjid and Ram Mandir had been ongoing for ages In 2010, the High Court had pronounced its verdict by saying that the land should be divided into three parts, but no one agreed. This case then went to the Supreme Court which has given its judgment almost 10 years later that both the Mandir and the Masjid will be constructed. The disputed area of 2.77 acres, The Supreme Court said a Mandir should be constructed there. The Supreme Court has handed over this land to the central government. The central government can appoint a trust which will then look into the construction of the Mandir.
The Masjid is to be Allotted a Bigger Space
The Ayodhya Verdict is that the Supreme Court also said that the Sunni Waqf board should be provided a 5-acre land somewhere by the central governmentfor the Masjid. They can then construct a Masjid there. This was to satisfy both the parties and allow them to construct both a Mandir and a Masjid. A Mandir is to be constructed at the disputed site and the Masjid can be made elsewhere. Hence the Masjid is to be allotted a bigger space. The Supreme Court has also said that the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992 was a serious violation of the law. But the Supreme Court has not pronounced any judgments against them because this judgment was that of a civil dispute and not that of a criminal case. It is very likely that separate criminal proceedings will be pursued against them was the verdict of the Supreme Court right or wrong?
The Supreme Court has written its judgments that historically there was indeed a structure beneath the Babri Masjid
The Ayodhya Verdict is that this was an ideal verdict in a case where decision making is extremely difficult. If you think from the perspective of the judge of the Supreme Court, then decision making, in this case, was almost impossible, because in normal Court cases, you have to think about what is right and what is wrong legally. But in this court case, you have to keep in mind the beliefs of the people. You also have to keep in mind what is right factually and historically. Because the Supreme Court has written in its judgments that historically, there was indeed a structure beneath the Babri Masjid. There was indeed and an un-Islamic structure beneath the Babri Masjid, but it could not be proved that it was actually a Mandir. You also have to keep in mind the impact of your decision upon the people I think, factually, morally, ethically, historically.
I have a lot of respect for the judges of the Supreme Court
The Ayodhya Verdict is that more important than these is what the consequences of your decision will be It might be so that you take a factually correct decision here. But if your decision leads to riots in the country, then would it actually be a right decision? How to take a correct decision that would maintain peace in the country that boasts communal harmony among the people of the country, and fosters Unity and at the same time, it should be legally and factually correct. So you can see how difficult it is to keep things balance here. Therefore, I have a lot of respect for the judges of the Supreme Court, who took such a huge decision in such a calculated, manage some people could allege that this was a majoritarian decision.
The majority of the population was not even interested in this issue
The population is indeed affected by the side effects of the Ayodhya verdict
The Ayodhya Verdict is that this imposes the views of the majority upon the minority but I do not believe so, my belief is that the majority of the population was not even interested in this issue. Most of the people in our country are indifferent to whether a Mandir or Masjid is constructed. They are more affected by the fact whether they are getting jobs or not, Is the air clean or not? How are the roads constructed? How are the government schools and hospitals built? My belief is, no matter what the media shows you, in my opinion, people are more affected by actual issues. At the same time, the majority of the population is indeed affected by the side effects of the Ayodhya verdict. It may not matter whether a mandir or a masjid is constructed, but, but if a verdict was pronounced in the Ayodhya issue, that would lead to riots in the country, then majority of the people start to get affected, and that should indeed be, so It should then indeed have an effect on them.
Hence, to make a decision that takes its consequences into account which would be the most peaceful decision and it secures India’s unity and secularism for its future that was of utmost importance here. This is good news for our country that most of the people irrespective of whether they were Hindus or Muslims have peacefully accepted this decision, and I believe this decision is a lesson for our young generation. This shows us how much money, how much time, and how much energy was wasted collectively by our country regarding this one issue.
Lakhs and crores of hours were wasted by our TV channels on discussions on this issue and conducting debates on it daily
The Ayodhya Verdict is that sometimes, it so seemed that this Ram Mandir issue was the most important issue in our country. Lakhs and crores of hours were wasted by our TV channels on discussions on this issue and conducting debates on it daily. So much time of the people was wasted. The Supreme Court conducted its hearings for 40 days. This was the second-longest hearing in the history of the Supreme Court. It is a judgment of a 1000 pages Now, some journalists would waste their time reading this 1000 page judgment. They would pick up some points and criticize them and then there would be a discussion on them. Some people would want to file a review petition against it Endlessly. This issue can run on endlessly, But it is up to us to end it right here. The people should say that “it is enough” after this judgment. This issue has now ended here and now. let’s talk upon issues of importance. Think about it, the lakhs and crores of hours (spent) by the media instead of talking about the Ram Mandir, would have discussed economic and environmental issues, the people of our country would have been so much more aware of issues like these. They would have been so much more educated, And our country could have progressed leaps and bounds 2020 is round the corner. There were talks about a “superpower 2020”, twenty years earlier. Look at the condition of the various issues in our country. I could have indulged in a historical analysis of this issue if I had wanted to just like I do in the rest of posts, But why? Why should I waste time reading and researching such issues? I would prefer to use my time in reading on issues like environment conservation, urban planning, economic theory, sustainable development. That would also be of some use, what would be my benefit or your benefit in researching upon issues like these?
The data on farmer suicides has finally been revealed
The Ayodhya Verdict is that is of no consequence and only your time would be wasted. The data on farmer suicides have finally been revealed which was being withheld by the government since 2016. They have informed us that in 2016 there were, 11,000 farmers’ suicides, Moody’s has brought out its new ratings in which India’s economic outlook has been downgraded from “stable” to “negative”. There are a lot of issues that can actually have an effect on you, and we will talk about (them) in our upcoming posts. If you liked my opinion in this post, then share it and if you want to support my work, then you can do so on www.sicolineonline.com/ We will meet in the next post and I have a small request, Do not spread communal hate down in the comments and the rest of the social media. Talk to people respectfully.