The Supreme Court will start hearing again from the Babri Masjid-Ram Mandir land dispute today (on Friday). A special bench of Chief Justice Dipak Mishra, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice SA Nazir had heard the arguments submitted on behalf of Hindu organizations on May 17 in which they had opposed the request of Muslims to pay the mosque to the followers of Islam In 1994, the decision of not accepting the internal part of Namaz’s prayers should be sent to the big bench. After joining the original petitioners in the Ayodhya case and after his death, M Siddiqui, who was represented by legal heirs, objected to some findings in the judgment of 1994 in the case of M Ismail Farooqi. He had told the bench that the observations made in the acquisition of land related to Ayodhya have had an impact on the conclusions of the proprietary rights dispute.
Although Hindu organizations are saying that this matter has been resolved and it can not be opened again. A special bench of the apex court is considering 14 appeals filed against the High Court verdict on four civil liberties.
Alok Kumar, the working president of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), has expressed hope that by passing all restrictions by the end of this year, the path of constructing Ram temple in Ayodhya can be cleared by law and constitution. The Working President of the Vishva Hindu Parishad said, “It is expected that the Supreme Court will hear the case of the Ayodhya on a daily basis. If this happens, then the issue can be decided by September 2018. I believe this and I say this on the basis of circumstantial evaluation. ”
While hearing the disputed land case before the Supreme Court, the three-member bench of the Allahabad High Court had ordered division of land in the disputed site in Ayodhya to distribute equal number in Sunni Waqf Board, Nirm, hi Akhara and Ram Lala.