Supreme Court Likely to Hear Ayodhya Land Dispute Case Today

Aug 20 2019 09:56 AM
Supreme Court Likely to Hear Ayodhya Land Dispute Case Today

New Delhi: The 8th day hearing on the Ayodhya Ram temple and Babri Masjid case will be held today in the Supreme Court. A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi will once again be moved by Ram Lalla Virajman. In the last hearing, Ram Lalla's lawyer CS Vaidyanathan had told the court that the pillars found during the excavation showed pictures of Srikrishna, Shiva Tandava and Sriram's Balrup.

Vaidyanathan had said that during the 1950 inspections, too, a number of photographs and structures were found that could never be considered a legitimate mosque. No mosques will find this type of pillars. Ram Lalla Virajman said that during the inspection in 1950, it was found that there were many photographs, carvings, and buildings that prove that the mosque was not valid.

Senior advocate Rajiv Dhawan, appearing for the Muslim side, had said that many aspects were being misrepresented which are not clear. Ramla Virajman said that the correct examples and facts are being presented on our behalf. Photographs of the album with the Archaeological Department (ASI) report- the arch and command were also placed before the court by Vaidyanathan, which was drawn in 1990. There are statues of Sriram Janmabhoomi on the pillars of the Criterion stone. The commissioner's report also mentions Sriram Janmabhoomi Yatra on stone pillars.

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