Ayodhya Case: Ram Vilas Vedanti To Lodge FIR Against Rajeev Dhawan For Tearing Pictorial Map In SC

“I have reported to the police station that I will register an FIR against him at around 9-10 AM tomorrow,” he said.

Ayodhya Hearing: Ram Vilas Vedanti Warns Rajeev Dhawan Of FIR For Tearing Pictorial Map In SC
By: ABP News Bureau
Updated: 17 Oct 2019 11:31 AM
New Delhi: The row over the high-voltage drama during the Ayodhya hearing over the shredding of pictorial map by Sunni Waqf Board senior counsel Rajeev Dhawan, escalated on Thursday, as Mahant Ram Vilas Vedanti of Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas issued an FIR warning against Dhawan.

Vedanti said that Rajeev Dhawan has insulted court, constitution and judges and that the act by him was against the culture of India.
“I have reported to the police station that I will register an FIR against him  at around 9-10 AM tomorrow,” he said.

"He did that in front of the judges and they should take some actions against him. After court's decision is announced,  I will see Rajiv Dhawan.  What he did is the ritual of the Congress party and Rahul Gandhi did same in the Parliament," Vedanti said.

The concluding day of the marathon hearing during which Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi heading a 5-judge Constitution bench observed "enough is enough" was marked by high drama when Rajeev Dhawan, tore a pictorial map provided by Hindu Mahasabha purportedly showing the exact birth place of Lord Ram in Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh.

The high voltage hearing in the Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute involving 2.77 acres of land is the second longest after the landmark Keshvanand Bharti case in 1973 during which the proceedings for propounding the doctrine of basic structure of the Constitution continued for 68 days. The hearing on the validity of Aadhaar scheme lasted for 38 days in the top court which came into existence in 1950.

The bench, also comprising S A Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S A Nazeer, came out with schedules for hearing more than once and the arguments, which were first fixed to be concluded by October 18, was advanced to October 17, but on Wednesday, it decided to wrap it up saying "enough is enough".