The Supreme Court will hear the Ayodhya land question case on February 26 as Justice SA Bobde, who is a part of five-judge Constitution bench, has come back from leave. Despite the fact that the seat was booked to take up the issue on January 29, the equivalent couldn’t occur due to “non-availability” of Justice S A Bobde that day.
Supreme Court To Hear Ram-Janmabhoomi Case on 26th February
The SC has set up a five-judge Constitution bench – including the CJI and Justices S A Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer – to hear the appeal testing the September 30, 2010 election of the Allahabad High Court. The seat reconstituted after one of the judges on the seat set up not long ago — Justice U Lalit — recused from hearing it.
The High Court had ordered a three-path division of the questioned 2.77 sections of land of the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site between the Nirmohi Akhara organization; the Sunni Central Wakf Board, Uttar Pradesh; and Ramlalla Virajman.
The Supreme court will likewise hear an appeal by seven Lucknow occupants, who professed to be enthusiasts of Lord Ram, challenging the established constitution of the 1993 law under which the Center gained 67.703 sections of land of land in Ayodhya.
The request, testing The Acquisition of Certain Areas of Ayodhya Act, 1993, battles that the Parliament had no authoritative capability to get land having a place with the state and that the state governing body had the exclusive power to make provisions relating with the administration of issues of religious organizations inside its domain.
On January 29, the Center had moved the Supreme Court, looking for authorization to restore the 67 sections of land of land in Ayodhya — adjoining the debated site — to its unique proprietors, including the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas.