The Ayodhya case was heard for the seventh consecutive day in the Supreme Court. During this time, Ramlala's lawyer said that pictures of deities were found on the pillars of the disputed site. The Supreme Court is constantly hearing the Ayodhya Ram Janmabhoomi Babri Masjid dispute to reach a point…
Hearing on the Ram temple issue was held in the Supreme Court for the seventh consecutive day.
The Ayodhya issue is being heard in the Supreme Court in a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi. On Friday, advocate CS Vaidyanathan, counsel for the party Ramlala Virajaman, said that many pictures of Hindu deities were found on the columns of the disputed site. Vaidyanathan also read out the report of the commissioner appointed to oversee the disputed site.
On the pillars of the disputed site, there came a picture of Gods and Goddesses. (Photo: Google)
Lawyer Vaidyanathan said in the court that the commissioner had visited the disputed site on 16 April 1950. In his report, he spoke of Lord Shankar's paintings on the pillars. The pictures of the deities on the pillars were not found in the temple but the mosque. Ramlala's lawyer also presented in court a map found in Ayodhya, which contained pictures of the columns. Also, information was given about the visit to the disputed place.
The court is engaged in resolving the Ram Janmabhoomi dispute
An album was also presented in the court, which had pictures of deities. No such photos were found in the mosque. According to Vaidyanathan, the site had religious significance for Hindus. The Supreme Court is continuously hearing this case. It is believed that who owns the disputed structure in Ayodhya, the Supreme Court can give a decision on this issue after a full hearing.