Ayodhya Ram Mandir – Babri Masjid Case Hearing Live Updates: The bench of three judges of Supreme Court can start the final hearing in the Ayodhya Ram Mandir – Babri Masjid Case on Thursday. Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S. Abdul Nazir’s bench will hear on 13 petitions simultaneously. Senior advocate and Congress leader Kapil Sibal had appealed for the hearing of the case till the 2019 Lok Sabha election, which was rejected by the apex court. In Ayodhya, on both the 2.7 acre disputed land, both Hindus and Muslims have kept the claim. On December 5, 2017, the Bench had fixed the date for February 8 to hear the case. On behalf of some petitioners, senior lawyers such as Kapil Sibal, Rajiv Dhawan and Dushyant Dave had pledged to avoid hearing in view of the country’s political situation. Although the court had denied the avoidance of the hearing, the behavior of senior advocates was termed as “embarrassing”.
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– This whole case started in 1951 when Gopal Singh Visharad petitioned the Allahabad High Court and sought permission to worship at the disputed site. In 1959, Paramhans Ramchandra Das filed a lawsuit against Zahoor Ahmad and 7 others. However, later it was withdrawn and it was considered rejected in the 2010 judgment. After this, the next trial was done by his mahant on behalf of Nirmohi Akhara. Another lawsuit came from the Sunni Central Waqf Board, nine Muslims of UP and Ayodhya. Most of these have died. The last case in Ayodhya was made by Lord Shri Ram Vrajaman and senior advocate and retired high court judge Shri Devaki Nandan Agarwal in Shri Ram Janmabhoomi.
– Senior lawyers Kapil Sibal and Rajiv Dhawan had said that the civil appeals should either be handed over to the bench of five or seven judges or keeping it in its sensitive nature and the country’s secular fabric and its influence on the monarchy, for 2019 To be kept.
– The apex court asked the Advocate-on record linked to 14 civil appeals against Allahabad High Court’s 2010 decision to ensure that all necessary documents be handed over to the top court’s registry.