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SC: Ayodhya case hearing differed, Will constitute a Bench on Jan 10

The hearing which took place today, did not see any arguments from either side and lasted only for 60 seconds.

Saima Siddiqui

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Published on 4 Jan 2019 5:13 AM GMT

SC: Ayodhya case hearing differed, Will constitute a Bench on Jan 10
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New Delhi: The Supreme Court, on Friday deferred the Babri Masjid title dispute case for hearing on January 10, under a special Bench of Judges.

The Supreme Court can form a new bench with the demand for speedy judgment on the issue, a daily hearing can also be conducted.

The hearing which took place today, did not see any arguments from either side and lasted only for 60 seconds.

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Apart from this, the court also hear a new Public Interest Litigation (PIL), filed by Harinath Ram.

The petition had demanded the hearing of Ayodhya matter within a set time frame and if the hearing is not conducted within the allotted time, then the court will be answerable for why the hearing was not done.

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It is to be mentioned that in previous hearing, the Supreme Court had hold the trial of the case until January.

Earlier, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice Abdul Nazir were among the judges to hear the historic Ayodhya case with the then Chief Justice Deepak Mishra.

The Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case also known as Ayodhya case, has been pending for the last several decades in the Supreme Court.

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Saima Siddiqui

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