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Ayodhya land dispute: SC asks appointed committee to submit report on status of mediation by July 18th

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Ayodhya land dispute: SC asks appointed committee to submit report on status of mediation by July 18th

Ayodhya land dispute: SC asks appointed committee to submit report on status of mediation by July 18th
July 11
08:00 2019

by iswarya

The Supreme Court Thursday asked the mediation panel in the Ayodhya land dispute case to submit the status of the proceedings in the matter by July 18. The panel is headed by Justice FM Ibrahim Kalifulla

The apex court further added that if after going through the report, they find that it does not suggest any amicable solution and the mediation needs to be concluded, then a day-to-day hearing will begin from July 25, on appeals against Allahabad High Court’s September 30th, 2010 verdict in the matter.

The court was hearing a plea filed by Rajendra Singh, son of Gopal Singh Visharad, one of the plaintiffs in the original civil suit regarding the Ayodhya land. It was listed before a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices S A Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and Abdul Nazeer.

Visharad has sought hearing of the case by the top court instead of mediation. Senior advocate K S Parasaran, appearing for Visharad, sought a judicial decision in the matter.

“We have set up a mediation panel. We will go by the report of the panel. Let the mediators submit a report on this,” the top court said.

Visharad, a resident of Ayodhya, had moved the Court of Civil Judge in Faizabad in 1950, claiming that his right to worship was obstructed by the state government that disallowed him from going near the idol. He had sought an injunction against the removal of idols.

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