- The Supreme Court had said- Arbitration panel to file final report in the Ayodhya case by 1 August
- In the previous hearing, the petitioner had claimed that there was no special progress in the first round of arbitration
new Delhi. The arbitration panel formed to resolve the Ayodhya land dispute with negotiations submitted the final report to the Supreme Court in a sealed envelope on Thursday. On Friday, the bench of five judges headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi will hear the case. The court had sought a report from the panel on July 11 on a petition. On Monday, the last meeting was held between the parties in the Uttar Pradesh Sadan, Delhi.
On July 18, the arbitration panel submitted the status report to the court. Then the CJI had said that the mediation report is not being taken on the record as it is confidential. The panel handed over the final report to the court soon. If there is no positive result in it, then we will consider the hearing on 2 August. On the same day, the shortcomings of further issues and translation of documents will be marked on the hearing.
Positive results are not available from the mediation panel Earlier, the petitioner had said that there was no positive result from the mediation panel. Therefore, court should consider hearing everyday for early decision. On this, the court had said that after seeing the status report of the arbitration panel, it will decide if Ayodhya case should be heard daily or not. In the Ayodhya dispute, the plea of party leader Gopal Singh Visharad and the Nirmohi Akhara of the earliest hearing also supported. The Akhara had said that the mediation process is not moving forward in the right direction. Earlier, the Akhara was in favor of arbitration.
The court had created a mediation panel in March. The Supreme Court formed the arbitration committee on March 8 to resolve the matter with the talks. The committee includes former Justice FM Kalifulla, spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, senior lawyer Shriram Panchu. In May Justice SA Bobde, Justice D.V. Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S Nazajir’s Bench gave the arbitration committee time till August 15 to resolve the matter. The bench had directed the members to solve the case in eight weeks. The whole conversation is in front of the camera.
14 petitions were filed in the Supreme Court. In 2010, 14 petitions were filed in the Supreme Court against Allahabad High Court’s decision. The High Court had said in its verdict- The area of 2.77 acres of Ayodhya should be shared equally in three parts. First Sunni Waqf Board, second – Nirmohi Akhara and third – Ramlal.