The issue of Ayodhya stayed till August 15, the Supreme Court gave the committee 3 months and

New Delhi. The Supreme Court's hearing on the report of the mediated panel formed on Friday about the Ayodhya dispute was heard. The Supreme Court has extended the term of the arbitration panel to the mediation panel in Ayodhya case and extended its term till August 15.

In the Supreme Court, the Justice Kalifulla Committee presented the report. During this, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said that where we reached the arbitration in the matter, its information can not be made public. Let it be kept confidential. Meanwhile senior advocate Rajiv Dhawan said that we support the solution of the problem by negotiating outside the court. Along with this, the Muslim petitioners questioned the translation and said there are many mistakes in the translation.


Seeing the report of the committee, the CJI-led constitution bench said that the committee has made a positive progress about mediation in its report. The Supreme Court extended the term of the committee till August 15. CJI said that we have received the report of the Arbitration Committee and we have read it. The process is still underway.
During the hearing some Hindu parties objected to the mediation process. He said that there is no co-ordination between the parties. On behalf of the Muslim parties, Rajiv Dhawan said that we fully support the arbitration process. After looking at the report submitted in the sealed envelope by the arbitration panel, the court accepted the demand of the panel to give additional time. Gave time till August 15.

Let us tell you that the panel was formed under the chairmanship of former Chief Justice of the apex court, FM Ali Kalifulla to resolve the Ayodhya dispute.




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