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While giving verdict on Ayodhya, Supreme Court closed the way to prosecute Mathura and Kashi?

By ordering the land to be given to the Hindus and allotting 5 acres of land for the Muslim side, it has also drawn a big line for the future.  With this decision of the apex court, the doors of the petitions have also been clos…





By ordering the land to be given to the Hindus and allotting 5 acres of land for the Muslim side, it has also drawn a big line for the future.  With this decision of the apex court, the doors of the petitions have also been closed for any kind of change in the current situation in Kashi and Mathura.  There has also been a dispute over worship for a long time here.

 The 5-judge constitutional bench of the Supreme Court, in its 1,045-page judgment, laid special emphasis on the Places of Worship (Special Provision) Act, which came into force on 11 July 1991.  This act excluded the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute, which was being tried in the court at that time.  Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice SA Bobde, Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S.K.  The Bench of Abdul Nazir, while delivering the judgment, spoke of the secular character of the country.  Apart from this, the Bench also emphasized the protection of the status quo of religious places existing during the independence of the country.
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 The Act of 1991 talks of banning the hearing of new petitions and cases on any dispute at religious places.  The Supreme Court also referred to the statement of former Union Home Minister SB Chavan in its decision.  Chavan had said that this law prohibits forcibly making changes in any religious place.  Apart from this, it is also not allowed to raise such old disputes, which have now been forgotten by the people.



 The court said in its judgment that this 1991 law reinforces the values ​​of the Constitution in the country.  The Bench said, "The country has taken the initiative to strengthen the constitutional commitment by implementing this Act and treat all religions as equal and maintain secularism".  The Court said that the Places of Worship Act strongly seeks to implement the values ​​of secularism in the country.  It is in a way a legislative provision to follow secular principles in the country, which is the basic of our Constitution.

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