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History of Babri Masjid and Ram Mandir
We have described the history according to the year wise. Before taking part in the pole, You should the read the full history.
1528: A mosque was constructed at Ayodhya on a place which is considered to be the birthplace of Hindu Lord Ram. It is believed that the Mughal Emperor Babur had built this mosque, which is why it was known as the Babri Masjid.
1853: The Hindus alleged that the mosque was built by breaking the temple of Lord Rama. This was the first violence between Hindus and Muslims on this issue.
1885: The matter reached the court for the first time. Mahant Raghubar Das filed an appeal for permission to build a Ram temple in Faizabad court with Babri Masjid.
December 23, 1949,: Nearly 50 Hindus have reportedly placed the statue of Lord Rama at the central site of the mosque. After that, Hindus started worshiping regularly at that place. Muslims stopped studying namaz
January 16, 1950,: Gopal Singh Visharad filed an appeal in Faizabad court seeking special permission for the worship of Ramlala. They also demanded a judicial ban on the removal of the idol from there.
December 5, 1950,: Mahant Paramahansa Ramchandra Das sued for continuing Hindu prayers and keeping Ramamurthy in Babri Masjid. The mosque was named as ‘Dharka’.
December 17, 1959,: Nirmohi Akhara sued the transfer of the disputed site.
December 18, 1961,: Sunni Waqf Board of Uttar Pradesh issued the owners of Babri Masjid.
1984: Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) launched a campaign for the opening of the Babri Masjid locks and liberating the Ram Janmabhooman and building a huge temple. A committee was formed.
February 1, 1986,: Faizabad District Judge allows the worship of Hindus at the disputed site. The locks were opened again. The angry Muslims formed the Babri Masjid Action Committee in protest.
June 1989: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has given a new life to the temple movement by giving formal support to the VHP.
July 1, 1989,: The fifth case was filed in the name of Lord Ramlal Viraajan.
9th November 1989: The government of the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi allowed the foundation stone near the Babri Masjid.
September 25, 1990,: BJP President LK Advani took a ride from Somnath in Gujarat to Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh, after which communal riots took place.
November 1990: Advani was arrested in Samastipur, Bihar. BJP, then the Prime Minister VP Singh withdrew support from the government. Singh formed the government with the support of the Left and the BJP. Later he resigned.
October 1991: In Uttar Pradesh, the Kalyan Singh government took over 2.77 acres of land near Babri Masjid.
December 6, 1992,: Thousands of car service reached Ayodhya after the Babri Masjid demolished, after which communal riots took place. A temporary Ram temple was built in haste. Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao promised to rebuild the mosque.
December 16, 1992,: To investigate the responsible situations of the mosque’s disruption, the M.S. The Liberhan Commission was formed.
January 2002: Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee started an Ayodhya division in his office, whose work was to negotiate with Hindus and Muslims to resolve the dispute.
April 2002: The Bench of three High Court judges started hearing on the ownership of Ayodhya disputed site.
March-August 2003: Archaeological Survey of India excavated in Ayodhya on the directions of Allahabad High Court. Archaeological Survey of India claimed that there was evidence of the temple remains under the mosque. There were different opinions about it in the Muslims.
September 2003: A court decides that seven Hindu leaders inciting the demolition of the mosque should be called for hearing.
October 2004: Advani reiterates BJP’s commitment to construct a temple in Ayodhya.
July 2005: Suspected Islamic militants attack a disputed site using a jeep full of explosives. Security forces killed five militants
July 2009: Liberhan Commission submits its report to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh after 17 years of formation.
September 28, 2010: The Supreme Court dismissed the Allahabad High Court’s decision not to give a decision in the disputed matter and paved the way for the decision.
September 30, 2010: Allahabad High Court Lucknow bench declares historic verdict
21 March 2017: Supreme Court has offered the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute. Chief Justice JS Shehar has said that if both parties agree then they are ready to mediate outside the court.