- Supreme Court had said- Arbitration panel should file final report in Ayodhya case by August 1
- In the previous hearing, the petitioner claimed that there was no significant progress in the first round of arbitration.
new Delhi. After seeing the report of the arbitration panel set up to resolve the Ayodhya land dispute through negotiations, the Supreme Court said that the panel could not reach any permanent conclusion. Now the matter will be heard daily from August 6. The bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi also said that now the hearing of the case will go on till a result is reached. The panel submitted its final report in a closed envelope on Thursday. On 8 March, the Supreme Court set up an arbitration panel to resolve the matter through negotiations. It included former Justice FM Kalifulla, spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, senior advocate Sriram Panchu.
The court sought the report from the panel on 11 July on a petition. The last meeting was held on Monday in Uttar Pradesh Sadan, Delhi between all parties. On July 18, the arbitration panel submitted the status report to the court. The CJI then said that the arbitration report is not being taken on record as it is confidential. The panel should submit the final report to the court soon.
The petitioner had appealed for the day-to-day hearing. Earlier, the petitioner had said that no positive result was being received from the arbitration panel. Therefore, the court should consider daily hearing for early verdict. On this, the court said that only after seeing the status report of the arbitration panel will decide whether the Ayodhya case should be heard on a daily basis. The Nirmohi Akhara also supported the petition and early hearing of the party Gopal Singh Visharad, a party in the Ayodhya dispute. The arena had said that the arbitration process was not moving in the right direction. Earlier the arena was in favor of arbitration.
The court formed the arbitration panel in March. The Supreme Court on March 8 set up an arbitration committee to resolve the matter through negotiations. In May, a bench of Justice SA Bobde, Justice DY Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S. Abdul Nazir gave the arbitration committee till August 15 to settle the matter. The bench had directed the members to resolve the matter in eight weeks. Have the entire conversation in front of the camera.
14 petitions were filed in the Supreme Court. In 2010, 14 petitions were filed in the Supreme Court against the Allahabad High Court verdict. The High Court had said in its decision that the 2.77-acre area of Ayodhya should be divided equally into three parts. First- Sunni Waqf Board, second- Nirmohi Arena and third- Ramlala.