Ayodhya dispute: On February 8, the next hearing in the SC, Sibal may say - politics

  • Ayodhya dispute: On February 8, the next hearing in the SC, Sibal may say - politics
    Ayodhya dispute: On February 8, the next hearing in the SC, Sibal may say - politics
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The Supreme Court will now hear the next hearing on Ayodhya case (Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid) on 8th February. For the hearing of the case, the lawyers Kapil Sibal, Rajiv Dhawan and other petitioners demanded a big bench of at least seven judges for this. At the same time, Shia Waqf Board chairman Wasim Rizvi said that it is good news that the Supreme Court has accepted our views. Apart from this, the petitioners in the Supreme Court asked for appropriate time to translate all documents and evidence presented to Allahabad High Court.

Prior to this, advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing on behalf of Sunni Waqf Board in today's hearing, has requested that the hearing of the case should be made after the 2019 elections because politics can be on this matter. The matter is being reviewed by Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, Justice Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazir.

Explain that before reaching this issue in the Supreme Court, Allahabad High Court had divided the disputed land into three parts. It was instructed to give one part to Ramlala Viharanam, the second Nirmohi Akhara and the third Sunni Waqf Board. But the three parties did not agree on this issue and the matter reached the Supreme Court.

What happened in the hearing
In the beginning of the hearing, senior advocate Kapil Sibal told the Supreme Court that the papers which were kept in front of the Supreme Court were never shown before, in response to this, Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing on behalf of the UP State Government, gave Sibal's Denied the talk and said all the papers submitted were already recorded.

In response, Sibal questioned Mehta's claims and said that how many pages of 19000 pages were collected in such a short time. Sibal has demanded that the hearing of this case should be done after 2019 as politics can now be done.

The debate was first reached in court in 1885, when Mahant Raghubar Das filed a petition for the construction of a temple there. After this, in 1949, Hindus started worshiping the idol of God there, and the controversy had increased since then.

Then the demand for the construction of the temple began to increase steadily, against which the Sunni Waqf Board also reached the court and declared its right over the mosque. After this, the district judge had allowed the worship of Hindus to be broken by breaking the locks found at the place of the dispute. For this reason the Babri Masjid Action Committee was formed.

Then the BJP and Vishwa Hindu Parishad openly come to support the temple. The BJP has made the temple an election issue and Lal Krishna Advani has brought rathyatra across the country for this. When Rath Yatra reached Bihar, Laloo Prasad got Advani arrested. After which the anger of the BJP supporters was broken and after which the BJP had withdrawn its support from the VP Singh government.

During the Rath Yatra, UP chief minister Mulayam Singh was also carrying bullets on the kar sevaks. After that, his government went and Kalyan Singh's party became the BJP government when new elections were held.

Kalyan Singh had taken over the disputed 2.77 acres of land after the formation of the government, which was strongly opposed by the Muslims. Then in 1992, BJP leaders announced the construction of the temple. It is said that this plan to destroy the disputed structure was made. This scheme was made at the house of BJP leader Vinay Katiyar.

Then on December 6, 1992, thousands of crores of workers who reached Ayodhya collapsed the disputed structure under the leadership of the VHP and BJP leaders. The Central Government constituted the Liberhan Commission to investigate the matter.

After this the Central Government sacked the Kalyan Singh government of UP. Then the case of the Ayodhya reached the Allahabad High Court. The Liberhan commission submitted its report to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh 17 years later. In 2010, the Lucknow bench of the High Court ruled in the historical verdict, the court ruled as part of the land and ruled the Ram temple, the second Nirmohi Akhara and the third Sunni Waqf Board. Then, in 2011, when the matter reached the Supreme Court, the court banned the high court's decision.

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