Author- SHUBHAM SHUKLA
Volume 1 Issue 3 (2021)
The Ayodhya dispute has been the root of several communal riots and tensions in the secular nation of India. To resolve this conflict is pertinent to end these disruptions of peace. However, attempts to do so have been received unfavourably by the public. The latest developments in this matter have been two verdicts passed, one by the Supreme Court regarding title dispute of the land and the second one by the Special Central Bureau of Investigation Court regarding the demolition of the mosque. This paper attempts of analyse the latter in view of established legislative and judicial principals, mainly criminal conspiracy and the verdict of the Supreme Court. Doctrinal method had been utilised for procuring data and the tone of the paper is analytical.
This is a strict examination of the legal justification of the verdict by the Special Court. It neither takes into consideration political disputes not attempts to address the social righteousness of the judgment.