Ayodhya case: CJI Gogoi is busy writing verdict, says "I was at my desk even at 9.30 pm"

Oct 22 2019 03:21 PM
Ayodhya case: CJI Gogoi is busy writing verdict, says

New Delhi: After the completion of the hearing of the Ayodhya Ram Temple and Babri Masjid case, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Ranjan Gogoi is now busy in writing its verdict. He is also working at night. Actually, in the hearing of two cases in the Supreme Court on Monday, something happened that shows this. Chief Justice Gogoi is going to retire on November 17.

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The Chief Justice, during the hearing of two cases on Monday morning, mentioned being busy writing the verdict in gestures. The first case was of Mumbai Coastal Road. Seeking an early hearing, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta told the bench of Chief Justice Gogoi that earlier you were busy. On this, CJI Gogoi replied that we are still busy. After this, on the issue of video recording of court action in another case, a lawyer has said in the court that sunlight cures diseases.

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On this, CJI Gogoi has said that whether it is light or not, we work. yesterday was Sunday. "I was at my desk till 9.30 pm. It is clear from these things of CJI Gogoi that he is writing the verdict of Ayodhya case. CJI Gogoi has already said that he wants to see a verdict on this Ayodhya matter before he retires".

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