Ayodhya Case: New deadline in the case on October 17, Supreme Court said – arguments should be completed on this day


Ayodhya Case: New deadline in the case on October 17: The Supreme Court on Friday changed the deadline to end the Ram Janmabhoomi case. According to the new court order, the three sides will have to complete their arguments by October 17. Please tell that the date of October 18 was fixed earlier.

The case completes the 37th day hearing

Today on the appeal of the Sunni Waqf Board, arguments were made by the lawyer of the Muslim side, Rajiv Dhawan. He claimed that he would complete his arguments only on 14 October.

Dussehra holiday will be in court now

Let us tell you that as soon as the hearing started, the Chief Justice had told that the matter will be heard till four o’clock this evening. The next week is a holiday in the court on the occasion of Dussehra. After today, the court will open on 14 October.

Hindu side cited ASI

Earlier on Thursday, the Hindu side had completed their arguments. They say that many such evidence has been found in the excavation of ASI, which shows that there was a temple here earlier. Later it was broken and converted to mosque. This claim was claimed by the lawyer of the Hindu side, CS Vaidyanathan in the Supreme Court. He argued that many such pillars have been found in the excavation which prove that there was a temple first.

Case hearing started in August

The Ayodhya case is being heard by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice SS Bobde, DVY Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and Abdul Nazir. The hearing of the case has been started from 6 August.

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