Ayodhya case hearing postponed for three months
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Last Updated on October 29, 2018 by admin

Today, Supreme Court postponed Ayodhya Land Dispute Case to January 2019. The bench today had to hear a batch of requests challenging the 2010 judgment by Allahabad High Court which divided the Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid area in Ayodhya amid Ram Lalla, Sunni Wakf Board as well as Nirmohi Akhara.

A bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and K M Joseph had to listen to the appeals. It comes subsequent to  Supreme Court bench on 27th September headed by the then CJI Dipak Misra had denied referring to a five-judge constitution bench the matter of reconsideration of surveillance in its 1994 verdict. As per this verdict in 1994 the mosque was not integral to Islam which had arisen during the hearing of the Ayodhya land dispute.

 Today’s update since morning regarding Ayodhya land dispute

It was assumed that today several crucial decisions might be taken but much to the disappointment of several Hindu groups the court today refused to order instant hearing. Because of this decision of Supreme Court regarding Ayodhya land dispute will for sure increase pressure on BJP facing puss from allies and right-wing organizations to make special provisions in an ordinance in favor of Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid issue.

Chief justice Ranjan Gogoi said that ‘we had other priorities “when Uttar Pradesh government argued that it was a hundred-year-old matter that should be taken up on priority by the government. As per the chief justice wordings, he said that an appropriate bench would be decided when to take up daily hearings regarding Ayodhya dispute.

Now it is finally decided that Ayodhya land dispute case will be heard in 2019 January. On this Union minister, Giriraj Singh supposed that ‘ now patience of Hindu groups is breaking down and I Fear that in case the patience is broken then what will happen?’

We should keep this in mind that whatever the court’s decision will be regarding the Ayodhya matter people all religion should accept it. No one can deny the decision of the top court as the court verdict should wait for all classes and religions.

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