Ayodhya dispute case hearing in Supreme Court till January 10, formation of new bench
The Supreme Court has stayed the hearing on January 10 for appeals filed on Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute (Ayodhya dispute). The Supreme Court has said that a new bench will be constitute for this matter. This new bench of 3 judges will decide whether the Ayodhya dispute should be heard daily or not. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi will constitute this new bench.
Also, the Supreme Court has dismissed the PIL filed by an advocate. In which demand for daily and early hearing of the Ayodhya dispute was sought.
The matter listed before the bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul. This bench was expect to set up three-member judges bench to hear 14 appeals filed against the Allahabad High Court’s September 2010 verdict.
The Allahabad High Court had ordered the division of 2.77 acres of land between Sunni Waqf Board. Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lala in their decision on four civil cases filed in this dispute. The apex court had said on October 29 last year that this matter. It will be listed before the appropriate bench in the first week of January, which will determine the program for its hearing.
Later, All India Hindu Mahasabha filed an application and requested the date of the hearing before, but the court refused to do so. The court had said that on October 29, the order has already been passed regarding the hearing of this case. The Hindu Mahasabha is a defendant in the appeal filed by the heirs of M Siddique, one of the original plaintiffs in this case.
Earlier, on September 27, 2018, the three-member bench. Headed by then Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, refused to send a comment. In a decision of 1994 with a majority of 2: 1 in favor of five judges for consideration Had given. It was remarked in this judgment that the mosque is not an integral part of Islam.