An advocate of Muslim party tore off the map of Hindu Mahasabha in Supreme Court, raging Chief Justice

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The Supreme Court is witnessing tremendous drama on the last day of hearings on the Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi Babri Masjid land dispute case. The Muslim party's lawyer tore the map presented in the Supreme Court on behalf of the Hindu Mahasabha. Chief Justice has flown on this ...

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During the final hearing of the Ayodhya case, there was a ruckus in the Supreme Court on Wednesday. The lawyer for the Muslim side tore the map of the Hindu Mahasabha. On this, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said that if this happens, we will get up and leave. Meanwhile, the news is coming that one of the biggest contenders, the Sunni Waqf Board, can apply to relinquish ownership on the disputed land. The Sunni Waqf Board is a contender for 58 years in the 134-year-old Ayodhya dispute case.


The Chief Justice said clearly, the hearing will be completed by 5 pm. (Photo: Google)

The Allahabad High Court gave him equal land with Ramlala Virajman and Nirmohi Akhara. There is the talk of the Waqf Board withdrawing the appeal, but outside the Supreme Court. On the other hand, it is the 40th day of hearing in the Supreme Court. When the hearing began on Wednesday, the lawyers demanded additional time to intervene and present arguments. This appeal was dismissed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi. He said that enough is enough. The hearing will end at 5 pm today.


On the Ayodhya issue, now the final date of the decision is coming closer. (Photo: Google)

A five-member Constitution bench is hearing every day in the Supreme Court from 6 August. The solution to the Ayodhya issue now appears to be the last time. The country's largest lawsuit is seen growing at its last stop in the country's largest court. In the meantime, the type of proposal reported by the Sunni Waqf Board, the expectation has become somewhat more tied. After the hearing is over, the Supreme Court can give its verdict on this major trial before 17 November.



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