Supreme Court today raised the Ayodhya land dispute case on Friday

On Friday, the Supreme Court will hear the case of Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid's politically sensitive political conflict and may report the delegation's delegation to explore the possibility of friendly settlements of old problems. For many decades

 

The judges consisted of leading courts on 8 March.

 

The announcement posted on the Apex Court website said that the Constitutional Court led by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi will gather at 10:30 am to handle this matter. This will be the first time that the judge will accept the matter due to the dispute with the mediator. Friday is the last day before the court stops. Will be reopened in July. Other members of the throne are the judges SA Bobde, DY Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and SA Nazeer. The court has on March 8 set up three mediators and told to submit the report within eight weeks. Justice FM Khalifulah The retired Supreme Court judge is the chairman of the committee and the founder of Sri of Ravi Shankar and the Art of Living founder Sriram Panchu as a mediator. Panchu is a trained medium. According to court orders, mediation took place in Faizabad.

 

Leading courts guide both parties - Hindu and Muslim organizations - to maintain maximum confidentiality during the mediation process that will be held on the camera.

 

The court is listening to the objection of the Allahabad High Court Order 2010, which increased the area of ??2.77 acres between Nirmohi Akhara, Sunni Central Committee, Waqf and Ram Lalla [King of Children].

 

The court also considered the petition by the center, which wanted to release 67.7 acres of land acquired in 1993 around the site - except 0.303 acres, which had a real contradictory structure - the original owner. Suggestions for mediation on this matter were objected by the Uttar Pradesh government. Countries and Hindu groups, except Nirmohi Akhara, a religious sect that is one of the main groups of civilian suits But was greeted by the Muslim side The court had mediated for the first time that it was possible to resolve the dispute. At the trial, on February 26, the judge proposed a friendly resolution while telling the parties that they "gave a chance. In intervention "Seriously retain relationships" "Do not tell us history. We also read history. Do not tell what we already know. We can't control what happened in the past ... We can't control the past. We can only cancel the present which is a dispute in front of us, "Judge Bodbe said during the trial earlier this week.

 

However, Judge Chandra Chud broadcast his doubts about the nature of the mediation that is binding and whether it will work in disputes with the character of the representative. "There is no dispute between the parties. But is a wider dispute between the two communities Even if we go through mediation, how does it bond with everyone? "He wondered.