Soon after the verdict, the AIMPLB had expressed dissatisfaction with it and said the board was contemplating seeking a review of the judgment.
The Supreme Court on Saturday directed the Central government to hand over the disputed site at Ayodhya for the construction of a temple and set up a trust for the same.
Urmila Chaturvedi, who lives in Vijay Nagar area of Jabalpur, says that many riots broke out in the country because of this disputed structure, Hindu-Muslim brothers shed each other's blood and it is very sad to see all of this.
A statement from Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Sanjeev Varma, on Sunday read: "All schools and colleges will remain open from tomorrow (November 11). Schools and colleges were closed on Saturday due to the Ayodhya verdict."
In a landmark judgment, a five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court on Saturday unanimously ruled that possession of Ayodhya's contested property will vest in a trust to be formed by the Central government and also directed that representation in the trust may be given to Nirmohi Akhara, a litigant in the case.
Bhushan enrolled as an advocate with the Bar Council of Uttar Pradesh on April 6, 1979. Later, he started to practice on the civil and original side at Allahabad High Court till the elevation to the Bench.
Today’s judgement is the culmination of a long and contentious process that played itself out in various forums – both judicial and non-judicial – in the past many decades.
The Supreme Court delivered the much-awaited judgement in the Ayodhya land dispute today. Here is how people reacted to the verdict.
The Prime Minister is expected to emphasise on national unity and communal harmony in his address after the top court ruled in favour of building a temple at Ayodhya.
he Supreme Court of India delivered its judgment in the Ayodhya dispute today. The judgment was pronounced on a non-working day by a Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi and comprising Justices SA Bobde, DY Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer.