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RSS welcomes SC verdict to take up Ayodhya Case on ‘daily-basis’; says ‘matter will resolve in definite time’

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Friday welcomed the Top Court’s verdict to begin the hearing of Ayodhya Case on a ‘daily-basis’ from August 6. Speaking to media, RSS Senior leader Suresh Bhaiyaji asserted that the hope that long-dispute will no be resolved in a time-bound manner.

We welcome Supreme Court’s decision to hold the hearing of Ayodhya land case on a day-to-day basis from 6 Aug. We’ve confidence that the long-pending case will be resolved in a definite period of time & the construction of Ram Mandir will begin soon’, said RSS in a tweet as quoted by Suresh Bhaiyaji Joshi. 

While earlier in the day, the Supreme Court said that the mediation panel, set to resolve the Ram Janmbhoomi and Babri Masjid Dispute, has failed to achieve any final settlement in the case. The Top Court Bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said that matter will now be taken up in an open court on a daily basis starting from August 6.

Senior Advocate Rajeev Dhawan, appearing before the Top Court, submitted that he will take 20 days to argue his case. Responding to which, Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi said, ‘We will see to it’.

Earlier on Thursday, August 1, a three-member mediation panel headed by Justice Khalifullah submitted a final report of the mediation process in a sealed cover to the Top Court.

The Apex Court’s 5-Judge Constitutional Bench, had on March 8, referred the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid Title Dispute Case for court-appointed and monitored mediation for a “permanent solution”.

The matter was referred to the mediation panel to develop consensus between both the parties, Muslims and Hindus, on the Ayodhya land dispute.

The Top Court Bench appointed three mediators that include – Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and Senior Advocate Sriram Panchu – a trained mediator. Justice (r) Khalifulah was appointed to head the three-member panel.

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