Ayodhya city (ANI Photo)
Ayodhya city (ANI Photo)

Ayodhya: Fresh demarcation process of acquired land begins

  • According to sources, before the formal constitution of the Trust for Ram Mandir, the status of the land is to be made clear
  • Faizabad Commissioner Manoj Mishra, however, refused to reveal the details of demarcation process

Ayodhya: The administration in Ayodhya has begun preparaing the fresh demarcation process of the acquired land following the final verdict in the Ram Janmabhoomi Babri Masjid title suit passed on November 9.

The 67.7 acres land was acquired by the union government in January 1993 through the Acquisition of certain area of Ayodhya Act 1993. The acquired land include — Kot Ramchandar, Jalwanpur and Awadh Khas of Faizabad Tahsil.

According to the section 3 of the Acquisition Act 1993, right, title and interest of acquired land vest in the union government. The acquired land, include residential houses, agricultural lands, Hindu temples and Muslim graveyards.

According to sources, before the formal constitution of the Trust for Ram Mandir, the status of the land is to be made clear.

As such the local administration has been asked to measure the land. The district administration has begun preparations to demarcate the land acquired by the Centre after the demolition of the Babri Masjid before it can be handed over to the Trust to be formed by the Centre as directed by the Supreme Court.

Faizabad Commissioner Manoj Mishra, however, refused to reveal the details of demarcation process. He said "paimaish" (measurement) of the acquired land will be done according to the requirement of the Trust.


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