Ayodhya Case: SC to not grant any extra day after Oct 18 to complete arguments

27 Sep 2019 08:42 AM

Ayodhya Case: SC to not grant any extra day after Oct 18 to complete arguments

Updated 27 Sep 2019 08:42 AM

In a clear indication that judgment in Ayodhya dispute case is likely to be delivered before CJI Ranjan Gogoi's retirement in November, the Supreme Court on Thursday said that it cannot grant even a single extra day beyond October 18 to all petitioners to complete their submissions.
A five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said that it doesn't want to give even "one day extra" beyond October 18 after it was apprised by the lawyers that their submissions will be completed by the said date in "all the possibilities and manner".
Today was the 32nd day of the day-to-day hearing on a batch of appeals filed by Muslim and Hindu parties challenging the 2010 Allahabad High Court judgment, which has ruled to divide the disputed site into three equal parts.

PLAYLIST

India faces GDP slowdown, increased unemployment rate| Master Stroke Full

India faces GDP slowdown, increased unemployment rate| Master Stroke Full

India faces GDP slowdown, increased unemployment rate| Master Stroke Full

China Terms J&K Bifurcation ‘Unlawful, Void’; India Hits Back, Calls It ‘Internal Affair’

'Kashmir Move Was To Free India Of Terrorism': PM Narendra Modi In Thailand

PM Dedicates Decision on Article 370 To Sardar Patel; Says ‘Now J&K Will Have Political Stability’

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident

It is difficult to breathe in Delhi air, says a resident