Ayodhya case: Supreme Court asked- Was Jesus born in Bethlehem?: The hearing of the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute in Ayodhya has been completed in the Supreme Court on Wednesday. The hearing will continue on Thursday. A 5-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi is hearing the case. On Tuesday, arguments were made from the Nirmohi Akhara and now arguments are being made from the Ramlala side.
All updates of Wednesday’s hearing ..
04:20 PM: Hearing of Ayodhya case adjourned till tomorrow.
04:15 PM: The ransom of lawyer appearing on behalf of Gopal Visharad said in the Supreme Court that in three places Ramayana it is written that Lord Ram was born in Ayodhya. On this, the Supreme Court said, whether Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem, did such a question ever come to the court. The ransom said that they would have to check this thing.
03.25 PM: On behalf of Ramlala, ransom said that religion does not mean relegation at all. In the Gita, Dhritarashtra asked that Dharmakshetra Kurukshetra… Dharmakshetra does not mean relegation at all.
Apart from this, giving historical evidence, the ransom said that even in the era of the British, the court had mentioned in a decision the mosque and birthplace temple built by Babur there. On this, Justice Bobde asked whether any question or dispute of two communities about any such religious place has ever come in any court anywhere in the world?
In response to this, ransom said that he will get this issue checked.
03.08 PM: On behalf of Ramlala, ransom said that even in the British Raj, when East India Company partitioned this place, instead of mosque, it was considered a temple of Ram’s birthplace. He also gave an example of Valmiki’s Ramayana during this time.
He said that the judges were good in the British Raj, but they did not go against the colonial interest of their rule.
02.55 PM: Advocating on behalf of Ramlala, advocate Parasaran said that the feelings of Hindus of the country are associated with this case. People consider Ramjanmabhoomi to be the birthplace of Lord Rama. There is also evidence of this in Puranas and historical documents.
02.33 PM Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi has asked Nirmohi Arena to present evidence related to Ramjanmabhoomi in the next two hours. After this, Justice Chandrachud said that you should show us the real documents related to Ramjanmabhoomi. After which the lawyer of Nirmohi Akhara replied that all the documents are registered in the Judgment of Allahabad High Court.
With this much said, the argument of the Nirmohi Arena is over. Now on behalf of Ramlala, senior advocate rasaran is presenting his argument.
CJI Ranjan Gogoi asks Sushil Kumar Jain, lawyer for Nirmohi Akahara, "In the next two hours, we would like to see the oral and documentary evidence."Justice Dhananjay Chandrachud says "show us the original documents,". Jain replied documents are quoted in Allahabad (HC) Judgment. https://t.co/nDbH9mDDPc
— ANI (@ANI) August 7, 2019
01.11 PM: During the hearing in the Supreme Court, the judges asked Nirmohi Akhada whether you have any evidence to prove that you have possession of the land of Ramjanmabhoomi. In response, Nirmohi Akhara said that in 1982 there was a robbery, in which his papers were lost. After this, the judges asked the Nirmohi Arena to present other evidence.
Ayodhya land case: SC asks Nirmohi Akhara for documentary evidence to prove its possession, says,'Do you have oral or documentary proof, revenue records, of possession of Ramjanmabhoomi before attachment. Akhara in reply to Court,' a dacoity happened in 1982&they lost records.' https://t.co/mDIbQcO2Iz
— ANI (@ANI) August 7, 2019
11.30 AM: During the hearing, the Supreme Court asked Nirmohi Arena on what basis you are asserting your right on the land. Justice Chandrachud said that you can do pooja-archana without ownership, but worshiping and claiming ownership is a different thing.
On behalf of Nirmohi Akhara, the lawyer said that the motive for filing the suit was that we could assert our right in the inner court.
11.00 AM: Hearing has started on Ayodhya dispute. This is the second day of this final hearing. On the second day too, the Nirmohi Arena is putting its arguments before the court. The arena is currently explaining the history of the case to the court.
It was said on behalf of Nirmohi Akhara that the suit can be filed against any order at any time. There is no need for time limit for filing suit. The arena said that they are demanding ownership and occupation of the disputed land.
Nirmohi Akhara said that ownership does not mean ownership, but possession. Therefore, they should be given possession of Ramjanmabhoomi.
Nirmohi Arena gave this argument on Tuesday
In the arguments put forward by the Nirmohi Akhara on Tuesday, it was told that since 1850, the Hindu side has been worshiping there. It was said on their behalf that Namaz had not been read at that disputed site since 1949, in which case asserting the right of the Muslim side is completely wrong.
During the hearing, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi asked many questions and sought the details of the case closely. He said that from where is the entry in RamJanmaBhumi, where is Sita’s kitchen? Apart from this, other judges also ordered the Nirmohi Akhara to explain the matter in detail while giving their arguments.
Significantly, the Supreme Court had earlier ordered arbitration to resolve the matter. However, the committee that was formed was not successful due to which the Supreme Court ordered that he would now hear the case daily.
Since then, daily hearing has started on this issue from 6 August. A 5-member constitutional bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi is hearing the case. Justice S. in this constitutional bench. a. Bobde, Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S.K. a. Nazir is also involved.
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