On the petition seeking a quick hearing of the Ayodhya Ram birthplace case, the Supreme Court has sought a report from the arbitration panel hearing. The Supreme Court has asked the panel to submit the report by July 18 while hearing the case. The next hearing in the case will be on July 25. If the mediation panel could not solve any case in this case, then the case will be heard daily from July 25.
Hearing in SC on plea for early hearing on Ayodhya land dispute case: Supreme Court says, "We have set up a mediation panel. We will have to wait for a report. Let the mediators to submit a report on this." pic.twitter.com/LlyGGyW9Wx
The court has passed this order while hearing the petition of Hindu party Gopal Singh Visharad. The Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi has considered the request of the master. The bench said during this time that we have created a panel for arbitration in the matter and its 11 meetings have been held. We first know what progress has been made in this.
In his petition, Visharad had said that no substantial progress has been made in the arbitration, so hear the court chief case soon. The court had assured to consider the matter.
It is known that Allahabad High Court had ordered the division of the disputed land in three equal parts in 2010. In which one part was given to Lord Ramlala Virajman and another Nirmohi Akhara and third part Sunni Central Waqf Board. This verdict has been challenged by all parties of Hindu-Muslim including Lord Rama in the Supreme Court.
The status quo still prevails with the order of the court. Meanwhile, on March 8, the apex court constituted a three-member committee headed by former Supreme Court judge Fakir Mohammad Ibrahim Kalifulla to resolve the Ayodhya dispute through mediation. The Committee has been given time till August 15 to find a common solution.
Father Rajendra Singh filed the first lawsuit
Visharad is involved in the main petitioners in the Ayodhya dispute. His father, Rajendra Singh, filed a lawsuit in 1950, in which the right to worship of Raktam without reservation was sought. At the same time, he had put a permanent ban on the removal of statues of Ramlalla kept on the birthplace.
This lawsuit from Faizabad district court reached Allahabad High Court. The High Court had decided on this with other petitions.