Ayodhya Judgement Deferred Till Sept 28
Ayodhya judgement deferred till Sept 28
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has stayed till September 28 the judgement in Ayodhya Land dispute case which was to be pronounced by a three-judge bench of the Allahabad High Court at 1530 hrs tomorrow.
The two judges of the bench, Justices R V Raveendran and H L Gokhle, were sharply divided whether a petition filed by Ramesh Chandra Tripathi for deferring the Ayodhya case judgement should be entertained or not.
The presiding judge was inclined to dismiss the special leave petition (SLP) while Justice Gokhle was in favour of deferring the judgement and entertaining the petition.
The apex court issued notices to all the parties concerned and requested the Attorney General of India G E Vahanvati to be personally present on the next date of hearing to assist the court on behalf of the Union Government.
The title suit was pending for the last 60 years and the appeal will have to be reheard if the judgement is not pronounced before October 1 because one of the judges, Justice Dharam Veer Sharma will retire on October 1.
With today’s order the judgement in Ayodhya land dispute case will not be pronounced tomorrow by the Allahabad High Court.
The Supreme Court will also consider whether the matter be referred to a larger bench in view of the difference of opinion between the two judges. UNI
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