Supreme Court to hear Ayodhya Verdict amid demands for Ordinance
The hardline Hindu Organisations have been pressing for an Ordinance routeAuthor : Sunaina
New Delhi, Jan 4: The Supreme Court, on Friday, will be hearing a batch of petitions in the Ram-Janmabhoomi-Babri-Masjid title dispute case.
The matter is listed before a bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice S K Kaul.
The hearing has become crucial as the hardliner Hindu organisations have been pressing for an Ordinance route for the construction of a grand temple. Moreover, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 1 suggested that any decision on Ordinance on Ram temple will be taken by his government only after the completion of the judicial process but asserted that the government was ready to make all efforts to fulfil its responsibility.
"Let the judicial process take its own course. Don't weigh it in political terms. Let the judicial process be over. After the judicial process is over, whatever be our responsibility as government, we are ready to make all efforts", the Prime Minister said during an interview.
BJP Parliamentary Board met in Delhi on Thursday which was presided over by party chief Amit Shah was attended by Prime Minster and senior ministers. "The Ram Temple issue figured informally at the discussions," a source said.
Last month, Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had appealed to the Supreme Court to fast-track the hearing in the Ayodhya title suit.