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Ayodhya Hearing

The Supreme Court has firmly ruled that Ayodhya case hearing shall not be postponed till July 2019 Lok Sabha election and fixed 8th February 2018 for start of daily proceeding therein.

The Court rejected the pleas of Sunni Muslim Board presented by its counsel Mr.Kapil Sibbal that case has political ramifications and papers of the case were not ready. Board also urged that the three Judge Bench comprising Chief Justice Mr.Dipak Mishra, Mr.Abdul Nazir and Mr.Ashok Bhushan to refer the matter to longer bench of 5 of 7 judges.

The court ruled out and rejected all the pleas of the Sunni Board and expressing displeasure said all the pleas were absurd. They decide the case on merits and facts and never bothered about what was happening outside.

The Chief Justice Mr.Mishra said earlier all the parties of the case agreed for hearing in January and now Sunni Board wanted its postponement till July 2019. The Additional Solicitor General Mr.Tushar Mehta informed the court that all the papers of the case were ready.

All the pleas of the Sunni Board were aimed to secure postponement of the case anyhow but the Supreme Court rejected all its manipulations to get the case postponed. In the hearing the Shia Wakf Board supported the construction of Ram Temple at the disputed site and Sunni Board opposed it.

The dispute between Shia and Sunni Muslims on the property right on Babri Masjid. The Shia stand is the Mir Baki who set up Babri Masjid was Shia Muslim and the Babri is Shia Masjid and Sunnis should not meddle into it.

The case related to appeal filed in the Supreme Court against the judgment of the Allahabad High Court in which the Court on 30th December 2010 ruled by 2:1 majority that 2/3 of disputed land belonged to Hindus and one third of it to the Muslim in the Ram Lala temple and Babri Masjid case.

Both the parties disagreed with Allahabad High Court judgment and filed appeal in the Supreme Court and it is going on here. The Mandir-Masjid issue is now more a political issue than religious property matter.

It is lingering on for the last 22 years. Now it is hoped that with the stern attitude of the Supreme Court to hear and decide the case on daily proceedings from February 8 in 2018 has kindled the hope that ultimately the case will to final conclusion and settlement with the Court judgment.

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