New Delhi: A Constitution bench of the Supreme Court will hear the Ayodhya Ram temple and Babri Masjid case for the 12th day on Monday. On Friday, the 11th day of hearing, Nirmohi Akhara's lawyer Sushil Jain had made his case. He dubbed Nirmohi as the chef of the birthplace. He had said that nobody else has the right to petition in the name of Ram Lalla and the place should be handed over to us.
Earlier on Thursday, senior advocate Ranjit Kumar, appearing for petitioner Gopal Singh Visharad, had said that I am a Ram worshipper and I have every right to worship at the birthplace. This right cannot be taken away from me. Quoting the testimony of 80-year-old Abdul Ghani said that the Babri Masjid was built at Ram Janmasthan. Under the British Raj, the mosque used only Friday prayers, Hindus also used to come there to offer prayers.
Ranjit Kumar had said that after the mosque was demolished, Muslims stopped praying, but Hindus continued to worship at the birthplace. Earlier on Wednesday, advocate C.S. Vaidyanathan, appearing for Ram Lalla Virajman, had completed his arguments. He had said that whether the temple was on the disputed land or not, whether the statue was there or not, the faith of the people is enough to prove that it is the place of Ramjanma.