The Supreme court on Wednesday concluded the hearing on the Ayodhya case. This politically sensitive case is a land dispute between Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid.
The hearing which was scheduled to end on October 18 was rescheduled to October 17, and the court is expected to announce a final verdict on the Ayodhya case before the Chief Justice leaves office on November 17.
The demolition of a mosque at Ayodhya which is believed by many Hindus to be the birthplace of Lord Ram sparked a riot in December 1992. They believed that the mosque was built on the ruins of an ancient temple. The destruction of the mosque sparked riots in the country. This resulted in both parties filing the Ayodhya case.
The five-judge bench has been headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi and other members Justices SA Bobde, DY Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan, and SA Nazeer allowed three weeks to both parties to provide a narrowed down report of the issue that the court needs to adjudicate. However, Chief Justice Gogoi said “We will rise by 5 pm. Enough is enough,” after a lawyer asked the court for more time for arguments. October 17th will be the 40th consecutive day of hearing the issue.
#RebuildBabriMasjid and #मंदिर_वहीं_बनाएंगे are trending on Twitter as a result of the debate on Ayodhya case:
— Raman (@Hraman_yd) October 17, 2019
— Pradip Gajbhare (@pradip_gajbhare) October 16, 2019
After Muslim waqf board offers to take back the case…
— A Tall Bihari (@ammitkumar1) October 16, 2019
#मंदिर_वहीं_बनाएंगे #RamMandir #BuildBabriAgain #AyodhyaVerdict #AyodhyaCase #KashmirWantsFreedom
Please after the Vedict on Friday , try to promote unemployment and malnutrition also pic.twitter.com/9aGBbF4O4z
— Shubham (@Shubham44646800) October 16, 2019
— Mayank Sah (@MayankS84802386) October 16, 2019
— Raj Mohan Khurana (@RajThebookman) October 16, 2019
More than 40 senior Hindutva leaders & bureaucrats from the list of 68 guilty in Liberhan commission on Babri Masjid destruction are still alive. Prosecute them and #RebuildBabriMasjid https://t.co/t6cvhYplyV
— Nikhil (@nikhil_thatte) October 17, 2019
1) babri masjid was made on already built structure and it was illegal.
2) evidence by ASI archeological survey of India.
3) Babri masjid will never b built again.
4) Babar was a barbarian invader who killed lakhs of ppl in India
5) mughals were barbaric pic.twitter.com/nFUyxjptOJ
— सुरेंद्र यदुवंशी (@SurendraYaduv15) October 16, 2019
Great to see this trend #RebuildBabriMasjid . This is the spirit of our Constitution. This is what our forefathers envisioned for us, a future built on harmony. This is what Gandhi's ideology is founded on – no place for violence.
— Sanghamitra (@AudaciousQuest) October 16, 2019
— SHUBHAM PANDIT🇮🇳 (@IMSHUBHAM5937) October 17, 2019
Wow, never expected to see this trend #RebuildBabriMasjid. Well done. It should've been raised long back, from the day arguments started. Justice must be done regarding the illegal act of destroying place of worship and instigating communal enmity.
— Sanjukta Basu (@sanjukta) October 16, 2019
— Divyanshu Giri (@DivyanshuGiri3) October 16, 2019
— Hammad Udiya (@hammadudiya1) October 16, 2019
— ईश्वर सिंह (@Ishwar_Singh321) October 16, 2019
Even before the hearing started, fairness demanded that the structure should have been restored to how it was before it was demolished and the court should have completed all the criminal cases related to it. Would have been a good precedent. #RebuildBabriMasjid
— K(🙄) (@monteskw) October 16, 2019