Ayodhya: The Ayodhya Ram Temple-Babri Masjid case is scheduled to be heard in the Supreme Court on Thursday). The Supreme Court is likely to take a decision on the Ayodhya case on a day-to-day hearing from July 25. Ahead of the hearing, Hindu party Mahant Dharamdas made a big statement on the matter. He has said that the matter should not be ruled out now and a decision should be taken soon.
Hindu party Mahant Dharamdas has said that conciliation is not a bad thing. The process has progressed. Conciliation and compromise is the only one the court has to do. Therefore, the court should pronounce its verdict on the matter at the earliest. Mahant Dharamdas said, "We all want the construction of the Ram temple to be done as soon as possible. It has been politics for years, but politics should no longer be decided. He said the people of the country have now demanded that the top court give a verdict in this direction.
A Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi will hear the Ayodhya land dispute at 10:30 this morning. In the last hearing, advocate Parasaran of Hindu party Gopal Visharad had sought the apex court to fix the date of hearing at the earliest and said that even if there is an agreement, it needs court approval.