Ram Mandir and Babri Masjid's issues had been discussed for years and years. The controversy over the place had come to an end today with the Supreme Court’s verdict. Here is a summary of the issue:
In 1528, Babur, the Mughal Emperor’s commander Mir Baqi established the Masjid in Ayodhya.
After three centuries, during the British period, a case was filed by Mahant Raghubir Das to establish a temple near the masjid. The plea was not accepted by the Faizabad district court.
In 1949, people found Lord Ram’s idol inside the temple and the next year, a case was filed in the Faizabad district court, to let the Hindus in to worship Ram. But, it didn’t work out.
In 1986, Faizabad Sessions Court ordered to let the Hindus inside the Babri Masjid, worship Lord Ram. The Masjid’s committee members protested against the order.
In 1989, the suits were shifted to Allahabad High Court. In the same year, the central government governed by Rajiv Gandhi allowed the Vishwa Hindu Parishad to do Shilanyaas.
In 1990, LK Advani, the BJP leader started Rath Yatra to grab support to build Ram Temple in the disputed site
After a couple of years, on 6th December 1992, Karsevaks, who wanted to build Ram Temple in the disputed site called Ram Janma Bhumi, demolished the Babri Masjid.
In 2003, SC bans the religious activity
In 2010, High Court orders three divisions of the land between Sunni Waqf Board, Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lalla
In 2011, the Supreme Court passed a stay order on the High Court’s verdict
From 2017 to 2019, a lot of suggestions, appeals were made
In August 2019, 5-judge bench was set
In October 2019, the judgment was reserved
On 9th November 2019, the Supreme Court pronounced the verdict that the 2.77 acres of Babri Masjid should be handed over to the Hindu movements. The Muslim movements should be provided 5 acres of land as an alternate