The Supreme Court ordered the allocation of 5 acres of alternative land for the mosque: Mahasabha Hindu lawyer

NEW DELHI: Vishnu Shankar Jain, the lawyer he represented on Saturday, said the Supreme Court ruled that five acres of land would be given at an alternative location for the construction of a mosque.

The Supreme Court has said to grant five acres of alternative land to a prominent place in Ayodhya, Jain told reporters here.

The Supreme Court has said that the Center and the state government will have to decide where the land will be located, but it will be in a prominent place in Ayodhya, he added.

Meanwhile, another lawyer, Varun Kumar Sinha, said: It is a historical trial. With this trial, the Supreme Court has given the message of unity in diversity.

live from plus The Supreme Court banking headed by the President of the Supreme Court ordered that the central government within 3 to 4 months formulate a scheme to establish a trust and deliver the disputed site for the construction of the temple on the site.