Ayodhya Case: Ayodhya Case Hearing Adjourned Till January 29
The Ayodhya case hearing was adjourned again today (January 10) till January 29 by the Supreme Court after one of the five judges in the constitution bench exited. Justice UU Lalit told the media sources that he was a lawyer in a related case.
The Apex Court will hear the Ayodhya case on January 29. The constitution bench led by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi will decide on the basis of the hearings in the case. The other Judges on the constitution bench are Justice NV Ramana, Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice SA Bobde.
The dispute in Ayodhya is over 2.7 acres of land on which Babri Masjid stood tall, before being demolished on December 6, 1992. The case first went to the Allahabad High Court. It allotted two-thirds of the land to the Hindu and one third to the Muslims. Both Hindu and Muslim organizations appealed against the decision in the Supreme Court.