Ayodhya land dispute case

Special Correspondent (New Delhi): SC asks mediation panel to submit a status report, next hearing on July 25
The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the mediation panel formed to resolve the Ayodhya land dispute to submit a status report in the case by July 18. The apex court has fixed July 25 as the next date for the hearing.
The supreme court on Thursday asked the mediation panel formed to submit the status report in terms of solving Ayodhya Land dispute by July 18. The apex court has fixed July 25 as the next date for the hearing.
The SC said, “We will have to wait for a report. Let the mediators submit a report on this,” The SC said mediation panel has been set up so their report must be submitted while hearing the case.
Gopal Singh Visharad saying no progress has been made in the mediation ordered by the apex court to settle the issue. The bench had asked the plaintiff to file the necessary application to this effect while agreeing to look into the matter.

The court had on March eight habitual a three-member mediation panel, chaired by former Supreme court decide Fakkir Mohamed patriarch Kalifulla, for exploring prospects of Associate in Nursing loveable settlement to the land dispute. The panel additionally comprised Sri Shankar and senior Madras judicature advocate Sriram Panchu.

The court had expressed the read that the proceedings should be conducted with “utmost confidentiality” to make sure its success. On May 10, the court had given time until Assumption to mediation panel to search out Associate in Nursing loveable resolution to the dispute.

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