The much-awaited verdict on the title suit of the disputed site at Ayodhya will be pronounced on September 24 by the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad high court.
The long pending case is about the ownership of the Ayodhya land to which Hindus and Muslims have been making rival claims over the past one and a quarter century.
While Hindus claimed the land to be the site of the birthplace of their most revered Lord Ram, Muslims asserted their right over the same as the site of a 16th century mosque, claimed to have been built by Mughal emperor Babur in the ancient town of Ayodhya, nearly 120 km from Lucknow.
The judgment will be pronounced by the three-judge special bench on September 24,” said a notice issued by the high court registrar.
A three-judge special bench comprising Justice S U Khan, Justice D V Sharma and Justice SudhirAgarwal had earlier concluded the hearing in the long pending case in July, and reserved the verdict.
Allahabad high court Live judgment Updates
Ayodhya title suit. The court said that the Ayodhya land will be divided into 3 parts.
- One part goes to Babri Committee.
- One part goes to Nirmohi Akhara and
- one part to the party for Ram Lalla.
The division will be completed in three months until which there will be a status quo on the Ayodhya land.
Ayodhya final judgment results checked in the below link……