Rejecting the claims of Muslim events on 67 acres of land belonging to the Ram temple, the District Magistrate mentioned that there was no cemetery earlier than. Supreme Court lawyer M.R. The administration mentioned this in response to a letter despatched by Shamshad to the temple belief on behalf of 9 Muslim residents. The lawyer claimed that the land had beforehand been used as a cemetery.
Ayodhya District Collector Anuj Jha advised reporters, "Currently there is no cemetery in the 67-acre campus of Ram Janmabhoomi area." He mentioned, 'During the listening to of the case (Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi Babri Masjid Vavad), the Supreme Court was made conscious of all of the information together with the contents of the letter (written by advocate MR Shamshad). <! –
This challenge was additionally raised throughout the listening to. The Supreme Court had clarified all of the information on its resolution given on November 9, 2019.
The Supreme Court, in its judgment, handed over 67 acres and a pair of.77 acres (disputed area earlier than the judgment) to Hindu events for the development of the Ram temple. The courtroom additionally directed the central authorities to type a belief for the development of the temple.