Ayodhya case: A well balanced judgment

Ayodhya Case: A Balanced Judgment To Hindus And Muslims

The sensational Ayodhya case has come to the final hearing today and the Supreme Court offered the disputed land to Hindus. Not disappointing Muslims, the Court allocated 5 acre plot to the Sunni Waqf Board for building a mosque, thus ensuring the peace and harmony between both the religions.

The apex Court directed the Central government to form a trust within three months, to build Ram temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya. Dargah Deeewan Zainul Abedian Ali Khan has welcomed the judgment of the top court and asked his people to remember that the entire world is watching India and so they should be aware of their activities.

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But a few of the Muslim parties are disappointed with the judgment and said that they would explore other legal options. Muslim parties lawyer Zafaryab Jilani said that he will file a review petition on this if the committee agrees. In spite of a balanced judgment of the top court to both Muslims and Hindus, still, a disturbances of this sort are unfortunate.