Supreme Court says, mediation has failed in Ayodhya case, hearing from August 6

The Hush Post | 3:10 pm | One-minute read

Noting that the mediation proceedings have failed to resolve the politically sensitive Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute in Ayodhya, the Supreme Court today ordered day-to-day hearing of the case from 6 August.

Headed by chief justice Ranjan Gogoi, a five-judge constitution bench took note of the report of three-member mediation panel and said reportedly, “It has not been able to achieve any final settlement.” The three-member mediation panel was headed by former apex court judge FMI Kalifulla.

The bench reportedly said that in view of the development, the dispute will be heard on a day-to-day basis from August 6.

On Thursday, the mediation panel submitted its report and said that the Muslim and the Hindu parties have not been able to find a solution to this dispute.

The case has been lingering for decades but no solution has been found. Babri Masjid was brought down from the controversial site on December 6, 1992 by right-wing activists following which there was a massive communal divide in the country.

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