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Watch: Here Are All The Details Of The Ram Mandir Proposals In Ayodhya Which Calls For An Out-of-court Settlement In Case

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  • Republic TV has exclusively got access to three Ram Mandir proposals in Ayodhya which calls for an out-of-court settlement in the case
  • These proposals have been sent to All India Muslim Personal Law Board
  • Sri Sri Ravi Shankar finalised the details of the proposals on Wednesday

Republic TV has exclusively got access to three Ram Mandir proposals in Ayodhya which calls for an out-of-court settlement in the case. These proposals have been sent to All India Muslim Personal Law Board. The Supreme Court on Thursday will start the final hearing on the disputed site that is being claimed by both Hindus and Muslims.

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar finalised the details of the proposals on Wednesday.

The details of the three Ram Mandir proposals are as follows:

PROPOSAL 1: Mandir At Ram Lalla, University With Mosque On Gorakhpur Highway

  • Build a temple at Ram Lalla in Ayodhya
  • Build an international university for Muslims on Gorakhpur Highway
  • Build a mosque inside the international university
  • Name the mosque Masjid-e-Imam-e-Hind

This has been proposed by Faizuddin Bahadur Shah Zafar III

PROPOSAL 2: Mandir At Ram Lalla, Masjid At Site Provided By Nirmohi Akhara

  • Build a mosque at site owned by Nirmohi Akhara
  • Mosque can be built at Vidyakund in Ayodhya
  • Site proposed by Nirmohi Akhara is undisputed
  • Hand over 40 x 80 disputed site to majority stakeholders

This has been proposed by Nirmohi Akhara

PROPOSAL 3: Mandir At Ram Lalla, Masjid At Timber Factory Site In Ayodhya

  • Ram Mandir to be built at Ram Lalla Virajman
  • Build a mosque at timber factory in Ayodhya
  • Cites Quran scriptures to show mosque can be shifted
  • 10,500 signatures from Ayodhya submitted to Supreme Court

This has been proposed by Justice Palok Basu and Ayodhya residents

The proposals have divided the Muslim law board. A member of the Muslim Law Board cites Shariat to say that one can’t pray at a disputed site.

The Supreme Court on Thursday will hear the civil appeals filed by various parties challenging the 2010 Allahabad High Court verdict on the Ram Janmabhoomi–Babri Masjid title dispute. A three-judge bench of the Allahabad High Court, in a 2:1 majority ruling, had ordered that the land be partitioned equally among three parties — the Sunni Waqf Board, the Nirmohi Akhara and the deity, Ram Lalla.

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