Ayodhya land dispute case: SC-named panel to complete mediation

Ayodhya land dispute case

Ayodhya land dispute case- New Delhi: The Supreme Court referred to the Ayodhya land dispute case for arbitration on Friday and ordered the panel to start the process within one week and complete it in eight weeks. The court said that Justice Kalifulla (retd) will be the chairman for the “permanent solution” appointed court and monitoring mediation. The other members in the panel will be Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and senior advocate Sriram Panchu. The arbitrators have the freedom to choose the panel and the members. Mediators can also take further legal assistance when needed.

Ayodhya land dispute case

The constitution bench of the five judges of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice SA Bobde, DY Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and SA Nazar said that the panel of arbitrators will file progress report of proceedings of the arbitrators within four weeks. The court said that the arbitration will take place in Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh. Referring to the case for mediation, the bench said that there is no legal barrier to send the case for arbitration to reach a potential settlement.

The apex court said that the court-mediated arbitration proceeding would be in “extremely confidentiality”. The bench said that the arbitration proceedings will start within a week from Friday and they will be imprisoned in the camera. No media, neither print nor electronic, will report its action, it said.

After the court order, Kalifullah said that the panel will make every effort to resolve the issue “amicably”.

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“I think the Supreme Court has appointed an arbitration committee under my leadership, I have not received the copy of the order, I can say that if the committee has been formed, then we should resolve this issue in an amicable way. We will make every effort to do so. ” Was quoted as.

Sri Sri also appreciated Kalifullah’s comment. Shri Sri said, “We should all move forward towards ending the long-running conflicts of happiness by creating harmony in the society.”

“Respecting everyone, changing dreams into reality, ending the long-term struggle with happiness and maintaining goodwill in society – all of us should move towards these goals together.” #Ayodhyamediation, “he tweeted. For the latest updates, you can visit www.indiatimelines.com.

On Wednesday, the bench had said that the arbitration agreement will be the preferred solution for the more than 70 years of trial in the Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid disputed land in Ayodhya.

The court had said that it was not just a case of a piece of land but it was a matter of large-scale population associated with heart, mind, and faith.


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