Everyone will set their eyes on the latest updates of the decades-long disputed Ayodhya case hearing which will begin from today. The decision of 2010 Allahabad High court on the disputed land of Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya was challenged by the Supreme Court and it is expected that the apex court will give a final verdict soon.
The three-judge bench headed by the new Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice KM Joseph and Justice SK Paul will proceed the hearing and will set up the special bench to decide the fate of the long political as well as the national issue.
The Ayodhya case begins long back in 1992 when an angry mass demolished the Babri Masjid on the disputed site of UP claiming that it is the birthplace of God Ram and instead of a mosque, a temple should be built there. Soon, the violence erupted all over the nation thus creating one of the horrifying dispute between the Hindu and the Muslims.
After a gap of years on September 2010, the Allahabad High Court proceed the hearing of the Ayodhya case and ordered to divide the land into three parts among Ram Lalla, Sunni Muslim Wafg Board and Nirmohi Akhada but the decision were further challenged in the apex court.
On September 27, the three judge bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Mishra said that the earlier verdict of Allahabad High Court on Ayodhya case has no relevance and it is based on faith and belief while the apex court will made the decision on the grounds of the evidence only.
“We are optimistic that the court will begin hearing the matter soon. When the matter is taken up by the court on Monday we will press for early and day-to-day hearing in the matter so that the case is disposed of expeditiously”, said by the advocate appearing for Ram Lalla divided part.
While the senior counsel for Muslim litigants Zafaryab Jilani said, “We have got very strong documentary evidence to support our case and have full faith in the judiciary that justice would be meted out to us. We are fully prepared and have already submitted a 100-page document”.
The Ayodhya case is definitely an important political issue before the 2019 Lok Sabha Election and it will interesting to see the final move of the court within the few days.