Babri Masjid case: SC will hear civil appeals on February 8 next year


New Delhi:The Supreme Court began the final hearing in the Babri Masjid-Ram temple dispute case on Tuesday, a day before the 25th anniversary of the mosque’s demolition in Ayodhya.

A special bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, justice Ashok Bhushan and justice S Abdul Nazeer assembled at 2pm on Tuesday to hear a total of 13 appeals filed against the 2010 judgment of the Allahabad high court in four civil suits.

The high court had then ruled a three-way division of the disputed 2.77 acre area at Ayodhya among the parties — the Sunni Waqf Board, the Nirmohi Akhara and the deity Ram Lalla (Ram as an infant).

Here are lives updates on the case:

3:52pm: The Supreme Court directs advocates on record of the appeals to sit together and ensure that all documents are filed and numbered, reports PTI.

3:50pm: The top court fixes February 8, 2018, for hearing civil appeals regarding the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute, reports PTI.

3.08pm: The SC halts hearing to take stock of the documents filed and not filed.

3.03pm: The SC says it agrees it’s not an ordinary suit. “But need to start somewhere,” it adds.

3.02pm: Kapil Sibal says the court must give a reason for giving an urgent hearing.

2.55pm: Kapil Sibal tells the SC whenever the Ayodhya matter is heard,there are serious repercussions outside the court. He says to preserve the decorum of law and order, he requests the court to take up the matter on July 15, 2019, once all the pleadings are complete and after elections.

2.47pm: Kapil Sibal, Rajeev Dhawan, Dushyant Dave — all representing the Sunni Wakf Board — threaten to walk out.

2.43pm: Senior advocate Rajeev Dhawan says refer the matter to a larger bench.

2.33pm: Sibal tells the SC and and other petitioners have not been served relevant documents of pleadings.

2.26pm: Additional solicitor general Tushar Mehta, representing Uttar Pradesh, rebuts all remarks by Sibal. He tells the SC that all the related documents and requisite translation copies are on record

2.16pm: Kapil Sibal tells the SC a total number of 19,590 documents were to be filed in the apex court

2.12pm: Kapil Sibal tells the SC all reports of the ASI have not been placed in court

2.10pm: Kapil sibal, appearing for the Sunni Wakf board, reads out the details of exhibits filed by the contesting defendants before the Allahabad High Court. He says pleadings in the case are not complete

2.08pm: Supreme Court begins hearing in Ayodhya dispute case.

 

 

 

Courtesy:HT


What's Your Reaction?

Cute
0
Cute
Fail
0
Fail
Geeky
0
Geeky
Lol
0
Lol
Love
0
Love
OMG
0
OMG
Win
0
Win
Wtf
0
Wtf
Yaaas
0
Yaaas

Comments 0

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

log in

Captcha!

reset password

Back to
log in
Choose A Format
Gif
GIF format