The Supreme Court reported its last decision in the petulant Ayodhya case on November 9, not exactly a month after it finished up conclusive hearing for the situation.
• The Supreme Court Declared its decision in the disputable Ayodhya case on November 9
• SC gave the contested land to Ram Janmbhoomi Nyas
• Retired SC Judge AK Ganguly said minorities have been wronged
As the Supreme Court put a conclusion to the hundreds of years old Ayodhya Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid question case on November 9, by giving the contested land to Ram Lalla, the portion of help and resistance began to pour in when the decision was reported.
Post the Ayodhya Verdict, Retired Supreme Court Judge AK Ganguly communicated his discontent with the zenith court’s choice of giving the land to the Center for the development of Ram sanctuary and said that the minorities have been “wronged”.
The zenith court gave the contested land to the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas, perceiving Lord Ram – the god Ram Lalla as a real lawful character. The whole 2.77-section of land of contested property was given to Ram Lalla.
“I am confounded and upset. The constituion gives the privilege to each one and equity must be given to everybody except for this situation the equity has not been done to minorities,” Retd. Equity AK Ganguly said.
“This is obvious and it is likewise certain that the mosque waa destroyed by sheer demonstration of vandalism. Indeed, even the SC has in its decision said that it is a gross infringement of rule of law and demonstration of vandalism. In that situation the inquiry is that who has been wronged. The minorities have been wronged,” AK Ganguly included.
Bringing up issues on the decision that has been given AK Ganguly asked, “The court has discovered that mosque has not been worked by wrecking a sanctuary. No archeological proof of sanctuary under the mosque was found and the destruction of mosque is a gross infringement of established arrangements. Presently on what premise have they said that it is generally accepted by the Hindus that the proprietor of the land is Ram Lalla?”
“My still, small voice is upset as an understudy of constitution. The Supreme Court will undoubtedly secure the privileges of the residents including the minorities. Where does my privilege go?,” AK Ganguly further inquired.
Among those not supporting top court’s official choice in the Ayodhya question is likewise AIMIM boss Asaduddin Owaisi who said that “the Supreme Court is Supreme however not trustworthy”.
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