Ayodhya case: Rajiv Dhawan tore up Ram temple map in Supreme Court, complaint lodged : New Delhi: In Ayodhya case, a complaint has been lodged against him in Parliament Street police station for tearing the map in the Supreme Court by Muslim party Rajiv Dhawan. The complaint given by BJP leader Abhishek Dubey said that the Ram temple map was torn by lawyer Rajeev Dhawan during a hearing in the apex court on October 16, in an effort to spread chaos in the country and bring religious sentiments to a halt. done. Therefore action should be taken against them according to the appropriate sections.
Significantly, on Thursday, the Hindu army sent a letter to CJI Ranjan Gogoi seeking action against him for tearing the map in court in Ayodhya by the Muslim party Rajiv Dhawan. In this letter, it has been said that Rajiv Dhawan has scorned the Hindus by tearing the map in the court, so action should be taken against him. Along with this, there has been a demand to withdraw the seniority of Rajiv Dhawan.
In fact, during the final hearing of the Ayodhya case, the atmosphere was heated in the apex court on Wednesday due to tearing of pieces of papers submitted by the Muslim side from the Hindu side. This was done in front of a five-judge bench, headed by CJI Ranjan Gogoi himself. CJI Gogoi also reacted strongly to this. Ayodhya case: Rajiv Dhawan tore up Ram temple map in Supreme Court, complaint lodged