Ayodhya Case Verdict By Supreme Court Latest Updates on Plea and Constitutional Bench:
On 27th September 2018, Thursday at 2 pm the Supreme Court will release the final verdict on a plea seeking Ram Mandir case to be transferred to a higher constitution bench. The verdict regarding the land dispute and constitutional bench requirement to be set up on this matter. In the plea it is mentioned that the constitutional bench need to be formed and also no other order should be passed over the case before the upcoming Lok Sabha 2019 election in India.
Ram Janmabhoomi is an important issue related to the Babri Masjid dispute , namaz is not an integral part of Islam in the mosque , but the Supreme Court has a crucial decision today. Today, the Supreme Court will decide whether the reconsideration Bench verdict of 1994 needs reconsideration or not, in which the decision was said that the Namaz is not an integral part of Islam in the mosque.
In the verdict, if the bench of three judges decides that reconsideration should be done then it can send it to the constitution bench of five judges. This will delay the hearing of the title suit. At the same time, if the bench says that there is no need to consider the decision, then the hearing on the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute can be taken soon.
Actually, on July 20, the Supreme Court reserved the judgment on whether the Constitution bench’s 1994 decision needs to be considered again. Before the Supreme Court Title Suit, now he was hearing on this aspect that reading Namaz in the mosque is an integral part of Islam or not. It was decided before the court that it will be decided that the decision of the Constitution bench of 1994 needs to be re-considered or not that reading Namaz in the mosque is not an integral part of Islam. After this the title suit will be considered.
Prime judge Deepak Mishra and the bench of Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S Abdul Nazir will pronounce their verdict. The bench had reserved it on July 20. In fact, in 1994, the bench of five judges had instructed to maintain status quo in the Ram Janmabhoomi so that Hindu worship can be done. The bench also said that reading Namaz in the mosque is not an integral part of Islam. In 2010, the Allahabad High Court gave a third Hindus, one-third of the Muslims and one-third to Ram Lala.