- In May, the Bench had given time till 15 August to submit report to the arbitration panel
- In the case, a party filed a petition on Tuesday demanding the hearing soon.
- The petitioner claimed that there was no special progress in the first round of arbitration
Jul 11, 2019, 12:18 PM IST
new Delhi. In the Ayodhya land dispute case, the Supreme Court has asked the mediating panel chief Justice Kalifulla to file a status report till July 18. In the Ayodhya dispute, the petitioner Gopal Singh Vishad had demanded early hearing from the court in the petition. During the hearing on Thursday, the Bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said that if there is no solution from arbitration, then we will consider the daily hearing of this matter from July 25.
The petitioner said on Tuesday that there was no special progress in the first round of arbitration. After this Nirmohi Akhara also supported the hearing soon and said that the mediation process is not moving forward in the right direction. Earlier, the Akhara was in favor of arbitration.
The bench said – wait for panel report
Petitioner's lawyer Parasaran said there was no positive result from the mediation panel. If any agreement is reached, then it is necessary to sanction the court. In such a case, the court should decide the date of the hearing soon. During this, Rajiv Dhawan, the lawyer of the Muslim side, said that this is not the time to criticize the arbitration process. A petition seeking early hearing should be dismissed. On this, the Supreme Court said that we have created the panel. Court will wait for its report report till August 15.
Court had created the Mediation Panel in March
Earlier, on March 8, the court formed the arbitration committee to resolve the matter with the negotiations. The committee includes former Justice FM Kalifulla, spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, senior lawyer Shriram Panchu. In May Justice SA Bobde, Justice D.V. Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S Nazajir's Bench gave the arbitration committee time till August 15 to resolve the matter. The bench had directed the members to solve the case in eight weeks. The whole conversation is in front of the camera.
14 petitions were filed in the Supreme Court
In 2010, 14 petitions were filed in the Supreme Court against Allahabad High Court's decision. The High Court had said in its verdict- The area of â€‹â€‹2.77 acres of Ayodhya should be shared equally in three parts. First Sunni Waqf Board, second – Nirmohi Akhara and third – Ramlal.