The decades-long Ram Janmabhoomi case is set to see the wrapping up of hearing process today. Final rounds of hearing that are going on in the Supreme Court in relation to the case which are due to end on 18th October would come to end on Today 5 PM.
134 years after the legal dispute first began to be heard in the courts, "Enough is enough! #AyodhyaHearing must conclude by 5 pm today", says the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India.— Anand Ranganathan (@ARanganathan72) October 16, 2019
The current CJI (Chief Justice of India) Gogoi has said that. “Enough is enough Hindu Maha Sabha filed an intervention application seeking more time for arguments. Senior advocate K. Parasaran representing the case for Hindu side said that Muslims can pray in Mosques around Ayodhya but the birthplace of Lord Ram can’t be shifted.
Question of “historical wrong” committed by Mughal emperor Babur by constructing a Mosque on Lord Ram’s birthplace have been raised by the Muslim side said the Hindu side.
On Wednesday hearing time in slots would be allotted to both sides after which the bench headed by CJI would wind up the case for the final verdict. In 2010 the Allahabad High Court delivered a judgment in which the 2.77-acre land in Ayodhya was partitioned equally among the three parties that is the Sunni Waqf Board, the Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lalla.
The judgment in the case is expected to come in the first week of November before CJI Gogoi retires.