Ayodhya case Hearing date, hearing ends on this day  

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The Ayodhya case hearing in the Supreme Court ends on Wednesday. After this, everyone will keep an eye on the decision. It is believed that in the first week of November, a decision may come on this disputed issue.


According to the report of the news agency ANI, the Supreme Court is likely to give its verdict in the case on Nov.The Supreme Court has now started speculating on the dates in the Ram Janmabhoomi Babri Masjid land dispute case. ember 4 or 5. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who is heading the five-member constitution bench of the Supreme Court, made it clear on Wednesday that the matter would be finalized on Wednesday. The Ayodhya case is currently being argued by the Hindu party. It will be completed on Wednesday. The argument of the Muslim party has been completed.


Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said that tomorrow i.e. on October 16, Ram Janmabhoomi Babri Masjid case will be the 40th and final hearing. Earlier, during the 39th-day hearing, the counsel for the Hindu party not only vindicated the existence of the Ram temple but also spoke of correcting the mistake of the Mughal ruler Babur. Advocate K Parasaran, appearing for the Hindu party, said that the mistake that Babur made by building a mosque in Ayodhya needs to be rectified. The number of mosques in Ayodhya is not small. There are around 50 to 60 mosques and Muslims can offer namaz there. However, when the lawyer of the Muslim party in the case intervened, he corrected his stand.

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The lawyer for the Muslim party, Rajiv Dhawan questioned Parasharan's plea that can you tell how many temples are there in Ayodhya? On this Parasharan said that I had given my argument regarding the birthplace of Lord Rama. Parasaran said that Emperor Babur conquered India and he made a historical mistake by building a mosque in Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Rama. By doing so Babur placed himself above all the rules and regulations. Hindus cannot change the birthplace of Lord Rama i.e. Ayodhya. The Ayodhya issue is going on daily hearing in the Supreme Court since August 6. Now the date for the decision in this matter is coming closer.

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