The Supreme Court, which is an apex court in our country is all set to hear the matter of Ayodhya land dispute today after the gap of two months. Bench of three Supreme Court judges will hear the matter.
Last hearing in the matter was December 5, 2017, and in today's hearing, the dates for regular hearing in the matter could take place. The Muslim group lawyer has preferred a plea before the supreme court to defer the date of hearing till 2019 but supreme court has outrightly rejected their plea.
The supreme court while rejecting the plea stated that the matter is already going on for seven years and so the matter will not be further deferred for such long dates. The supreme court agrees with the stance of Swamy Subramanian, senior political leader of Bharatiya Janata Party and the Petitioner in the Ayodhya land dispute case that the matter should be taken up for hearing.
Allahabad High Court in the same matter has passed the judgment in September 2010 and stated that the disputed land should be divided into three equal parts of 2.77 acres each and the parts to be allotted to Ram Moorti for Ram Temple, Nirmohi Akhada and the third part to be allotted to Shia Waqf Board.
The order of the Allahabad High Court has been challenged both the groups of Hindu and Muslims in the Supreme Court as the groups demanded complete right on the land.
The judgment in this matter is expected to come at the end of the year.
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