Supreme Court To Hear Ayodhya Land Dispute Case On August 11


New Delhi: In the Ram Temple of Ayodhya and Babri Masjid title controversy, the Supreme Court has decided to hear on August 11. The special bench of the three Supreme Court judges will hear the case. The Supreme Court had said on the 21st of last month that it will take a decision on the early hearing of the petition filed against Allahabad High Court in the Ram Temple of Ayodhya in the Babri Masjid title dispute case.

Earlier, in the Supreme Court, a petitioner BJP leader Subramanian Swamy had raised the matter and had said that the Ayodhya title dispute case should be heard early on. Then the Bench headed by Chief Justice JS Khehar said that we will decide on the issue of early hearings. The notice issued by the Supreme Court of the Additional Registrar said that the hearing of the case will be done on August 11 at two o’clock.

Taking the issue of Supreme Court, BJP leader Swamy had said that the main appeal against Allahabad High Court verdict is pending in the Supreme Court for the last 7 years and the case is needed for the early hearing. On behalf of them, a prayer has been made for worshiping place at the place of worship. Earlier on March 31, the Supreme Court had rejected the demand for early hearing of Subramaniam Swamy in the Ayodhya dispute case.

Ayodhya title controversy is pending for 6 years

In the Ayodhya case, a special permission petition has been filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of all the parties to the title suit in the Supreme Court. After the High Court gave the verdict on Ayodhya’s controversial structure, a special permission petition (SLP) was filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of all the parties and the petition is pending in the Supreme Court for 6 years. On February 26 last year, Swamy was made a party in this case. The Swami had filed a petition for the construction of the Ram Mandir. The owner claims that in Islamic countries there is a provision to remove the mosque from any public place and it can be constructed somewhere else. In the case, the main parties are Hindu Mahasabha, Sunni Central Waqf Board etc.

This is the whole case

During the movement for Ram temple, on December 6, 1992, the Babri Masjid was dropped in Ayodhya. In this case, there was a criminal case as well as a civil lawsuit. The matter relating to the title dispute is pending in the Supreme Court. The Allahabad High Court had given a verdict in the Ayodhya title dispute on 30 September 2010. It was said in the verdict that the disputed land was divided into 3 equal parts. The place at which Ramlal’s idol is given to Ramlala Viharman. Sita kitchen and Ram Chaboota can be given to the Nirmohi Akhara, while one-third of the remaining land should be given to Sunni Waqf Board.

After this, the matter came to the Supreme Court. Ramlal Vajaman and Hindu Mahasabha filed a petition in the Supreme Court on Ayodhya’s disputed land. At the same time, Sunni Central Waqf Board on the other side also filed an application against the High Court’s decision in the Supreme Court. After this, many other parties have filed petitions in this case. On May 9, 2011, the Supreme Court had banned the order of the Allahabad High Court in this case and had heard the matter. The Supreme Court had ordered the status quo. This matter has been pending in the Supreme Court and has not yet come to the hearing.

It has been happening beforehand for the early hearing

From time to time the parties have been urging the early hearings of the case in this case. On May 10, 2015, a party had urged for early hearing in the matter, then the Supreme Court had said that hearing will be taken when the case comes for hearing in routine. Then, in the Supreme Court, the request from Swami for an early hearing on March 21, but the Supreme Court turned down the demand on 31 March. After this, Swamy was asked for an early hearing, then the Supreme Court had said on July 21 that he would take a decision on it.



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