Ayodhya Land Dispute Case: Supreme Court to hear arguments of Muslim parties from today

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Ayodhya Land Dispute Case: Supreme Court to hear arguments of Muslim parties from today:

In Ayodhya Land Dispute Case, Supreme Court will hear the arguments of Muslim parties from today i.e. Monday.

The Supreme Court has completed the debate of all Hindu parties in 16 days. Hindu parties include Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lala Virajaman. The Supreme Court will give a series of replies to the debates presented by the lawyers of the Hindu parties, Rajiv Dhawan, senior advocate of the Sunni Waqf Board.

At the beginning of the hearing, Rajiv Dhawan, a lawyer for the Muslim side, was shocked. The Supreme Court had decided to hold the hearing every day from Monday to Friday on the fourth day of hearing.

The five-day hearing was objected to by the lawyer for the Muslim side, Rajiv Dhawan, which was rejected by the Supreme Court. Rajiv Dhawan initially told the court that he would complete his arguments in 20 days.

In this way, if the case continues to be heard daily, it will be over by the end of September. In this way, the Supreme Court will get more than a month to give its verdict in this most famous case of the country.

It is worth mentioning that Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who is presiding over the bench hearing the case, is going to retire on November 17.

It is to be known that Ramlala Virajman’s lawyer CS Vaidyanathan had said in his plea that God is always a minor in the fixed position of law and the property of a minor cannot be taken away, nor can he be claimed adverse possession. The above land belongs to God only. Since he is the birthplace of Lord Rama, no one can claim possession by building a mosque there.

At the same time, Nirmohi Akhara’s lawyer Sushil Kumar Jain claimed the akhara to be the sole official worshiper of Ramlala seated at the disputed site. This Constitution Bench said that when you say that you are a worshiper, you do not have ownership of your property.

The court said that you should clearly state whether you consider birthplace as a deity and a legal person. On this, Jain, lawyer of Nirmohi Akhada, said that he is not refusing to consider him as a legal person. He is only seeking the right and possession of Pooja Management.

It is worth mentioning that the five-member constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi has decided to hold a daily hearing after the attempt to mediate the Ayodhya case failed. In 2010, the Allahabad High Court ordered the Ram Janmabhoomi to be divided into three equal parts.

In this, one part was ordered to be given to Lord Ram Lallaman, the other to Nirmohi Arena and third part to Sunni Central Waqf Board.

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