New Delhi, Nov 06: Hectic preparations are on as the Supreme Court gets set to deliver the Ayodhya verdict. In the backdrop of the same over 10 lakh Hindus are expected to reach Ayodhya next Tuesday to attend a religious event. This has raised security concerns and the officials are monitoring the situation closely.
A close tab is being kept on the statements by leaders as well as posts on social media. The government is planning major curbs on the social media ahead of the verdict.
New Delhi, Dec 24: Come January and one would witness a major push in the Supreme Court to hear and complete the Ayodhya matter. The Supreme Court while refusing an early hearing had in November posted the matter to January 2019. However the court made it clear that when the matter comes in January, a Bench would be assigned and the date of the hearing would be decided by the Bench.
New Delhi, Sep 27: The Supreme Court has refused to refer to a larger Bench a question of law that said Mosque is not integral to Islam. The court said that the 1994 ruling in the Ismail Faruqui case was in the context of peculiar facts. It was only in the context of peculiar facts that the observation was made. The 1994 judgement said Mosque is not an integral part of Islam only to hold that Mosques are not immune from acquisition, the Bench observed.
A delegation of 100 NRIs have been involved by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad to discuss the construction of the Ram Temple at Ayodhya. This move is aimed at building pressure on the Centre for the construction of the temple.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that it preferred an out of court settlement in the Ram Janmabhoomi issue. Some parties are already apprehensive about the negotiations and quote similar instances in the past. The first attempt to negotiate this matter was made in 1859. The British had tried to negotiate the matter when clashes erupted between the two groups.
New Delhi, Dec 22: The focus is back on Ayodhya with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad and the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas leaders claiming to revive the movement to construct a Ram Temple. Several stone laden lorries arrived at Ayodhya over the past few days and the two organisations have said that they will speed up the construction work. However the Committee on Babri Masjid has cried foul and says that it is the job of both the Uttar Pradesh state government and the centre to ensure that such activity is stopped immediately as there is a status quo on the site. The convenor the committee, Dr S Q R Ilyas says that there is a status quo order and no activity can take place there. Read more