On the 37th day of the daily hearings in the Ayodhya dispute hearing at the Supreme Court, the Muslim parties claimed that details of the mediation process were leaked and not kept confidential.
Rajiv Dhawan, who is representing the Muslim stakeholders in the Ayodhya land dispute argued in court that some of the issues that were discussed in the mediation process were not kept confidential.
“Evidence and opinions were leaked on Twitter,” said Dhawan on Friday during the Supreme Court hearing.
Meanwhile, CJI Ranjan Gogoi, who is retiring in November and has set a deadline for the Ayodhya hearings to conclude on October 18, said that the Constitution bench will not hear the matter on Saturday (October 5).
During Friday’s hearing in which the Muslim parties were replying to the submissions made by the Hindu parties, Dhawan argued that the judgment on the Ayodhya matter will have far and wide implications in future as all future cases of disputed mosque sites will be based on this verdict.
“Hypothetically this judgment will affect every case where allegations of a mosque being built on a temple site are there. It has tremendous precedent value,” said Dhawan.
Supreme Court while setting a deadline for October 18 had also said that the mediation panel discussing the Ayodhya matter can continue the talks and if they come to a solution they can place the report before the court.
Source By indiatoday