About half a century, Hindus and Muslims being fought over a small piece of 2.27-acre land in Ayodhya where once there was Babri Masjid. As the results of these arguments, a case was filed date back in 1985, which is now reaching the very end.
Today the Supreme Court will give in its verdict to establish harmony between these two communities of the countries. Let’s discuss the possible solutions it may give.
The most acceptable and suitable solution that can be accepted by both parties can be the Suni Baudh's Settlement Proposal that includes issues like whether the controversies about places of worship should be frozen as of 1947, so no fresh issue should arise as in Varanasi and Mathura that has been political plank of political parties and hence, it may not be acceptable to many.
But the court will have to deal with this aspect. As from Allahabad high court orders, no one was happy, so the court will also have to ensure that the Mosque should be rebuilt somewhere as if the concession is to be made for the Hindus and they get the entire 2.27 acres. Also, both Muslims and the Hindus have sorted exclusive sole possessions but that may not happen given ground realities. In this case, No Community will accept the exclusion.
It is very sensitive issue for both, therefore, the court will deep into the possibilities that high court judgment give two areas to the Hindus and one area to the Muslims and the Muslims, of course, may have to shift to the other 67 acres nearby which has been acquired by the central government, so that Mosque can be built. But the 2.27 acres may mollify the Hindus community as there is another issue between Hindus that who gets control over the new temple that will be built at the site, Akhara or Ram Lala itself because Akhara claims it is original sabha. The court will have to decide who to the Hindu portion will go to, The Akhara alone or share with the deity or only the deity.
Nirmohi Akhara is seeking sole possession in the question of molding the relief. Now the concept of molding the relief is asked for what the Supreme Court wants to know from the parties whether they can mold the relief in these facts of the case by virtue of Section 151 of CPC and the whether the provisions of Article 142 will apply because this is one of the rarest of the rare Case .
So the Akhara can’t ask for anything more than what they sort for in their main relief and the main relief was of shared rights but they are asking that they should be given the entire land for the construction of the temple which was not a relief in the main suit. So this is not an alternative of relief, this is beyond the scope of the relief, so they have filed a written submission and the bench will consider it.
One the possibility maybe the sole possession of the property can be given to suit no. 5 Rama Lala Virajman, that the suit by the deity and when the land will be given there will a trust which will manage the temple and property.
So, Supreme Court while taking judgment will have to ensure that every community gets satisfied with the decision.