ABOUT THE BOOK
In a democracy, the role of judiciary is crucial, judiciary is a faithful keeper of the constitutional assurances. An independent and impartial judiciary can make the legal system vibrant. This book deals with Landmark Supreme Court Ayodhya Verdict. Appeals filed in Supreme Court were centred around a dispute between two religious communities both of whom claim ownership over a piece of land admeasuring 1500 square yards in the town of Ayodhya. The disputed property is of immense significance to Hindus and Muslims. The Hindu community claims it as the birth place of Lord Ram, an incarnation of Lord. On the other hand, the Muslims contended that the mosque was built by or at the behest of babur on vacant land. Though the significance of the site for Hindus is not denied, it was case of Muslims that there exists no proprietary claim of the Hindus over the disputed property.
The beauty of this book is that it will be of good use to one and all, whether it is student, novice or a perfect professional.