NEW DELHI: Ayodhya case will continue before the supreme court on Wednesday. Earlier on Tuesday, during the hearing, the CJI was outraged over the remarks made by Sunni Wakf Board lawyer Rajiv Dhawan during the plea of Ram Lalla Virajman's lawyer CS Vaidyanathan. Rajiv Dhawan had said that 'Vaidyanathan is reading the High Court judgements, not presenting evidence.'
During the Ayodhya case hearing, the Muslim side's lawyer Rajiv Dhawan had objected to the cross-examination and said that he was only referring to the Allahabad High Court judgement, saying he was not presenting any evidence to support the arguments.
At the same time, the CJI said, "We want to make it clear that we are not in a hurry and all sides will have full chance of cross-examination in this matter." Let Vaidyanathan keep his side the way he is making his case. You'll also be exempt if you want to cross-examine the way you want to do so when your turn comes. Senior counsel for Ram Lalla, C.S. Vaidyanathan, has argued that since December 12, 1949, the statues have been placed in the disputed area, there has been neither prayers nor possession of the land of Muslim parties.