New Delhi: Hearing has been completed in the Supreme Court on the Ayodhya land dispute, one of the longest and oldest lawsuits in the country. The top court reserved the verdict in the case. The Supreme Court has given all parties three days to submit written documents. The top court took time till 5 pm today to complete the hearing, but it has been completed an hour earlier. Sharp arguments were made from the beginning of the hearing today.
When given the opportunity, arguments were started by the All India Hindu Mahasabha, the atmosphere of the court was warm. The book was presented in the court on behalf of the Hindu Mahasabha lawyer Vikas Singh, to which the Muslim side's lawyer Rajiv Dhawan raised strong objections. He also tore the map given by Vikas Singh. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi objected strongly to this.
In connection with the coverage of the hearing of the Ayodhya case, the News Broadcasting Standards Authority (NBS) has issued an advisory, which states - 1. There should not be any speculation on the court proceedings. 2. The facts of the hearing should be reported only. 3. No footage of the demolition of a mosque should be used. 4. There should be no telecast of any kind of festival for the court hearing. 5. The case should not show extreme views in any kind of debate. Kunal Kishore, a publisher of a map torn by Rajiv Dhawan, said that Dhawan is intellectual. If he had any objections to the map, he would object to it only when it was filed.