After arbitration on the Ayodhya land dispute, a Supreme Court hearing on mediation followed, the court reserved its judgment on March 06, 2019. Simultaneously, a 5-member bench of the court asked the parties to suggest names for mediation after hearing the arguments of all parties.
Under the chairmanship of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, the Supreme Court's five judges Constitutional Bench is hearing the Ayodhya case. In the constitutional bench hearing the case, besides CJI Ranjan Gogoi, Justice SA Bobde, Justice Dhananjay Y Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S Abdul Nazir are also involved. During the hearing, Justice Bobde has said that in this case a panel should be formed for arbitration.
Earlier, during the hearing on February 26, 2018, the Supreme Court had agreed to resolve the dispute through mediator in its monitoring. The court had said that one percent is also expected, then there should be an attempt to resolve the matter through the arbitrator.
Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution process in which the parties, through the intervention of a third person, and without resorting to the court, settle their disputes without This is a method in which the dispute is placed in front of a nominated person, who after hearing both sides decides the matter in a semi-judicial way. The solution is the cordial settlement of disputes by the parties with the help of a solution resolver.
Earlier, on 27 September 2018, the three-member bench, headed by the then Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, had refused the matter sent to a bench of five judges to consider fresh comments on the remarks made in a 1994 decision with a majority of 2-1.
The hearing in the Supreme Court has also become important because Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said on 01 January 2019 that the question of decision about the ordinance will be raised only after the judicial process is completed in the case of Ram temple in Ayodhya.
Case History of Ayodhya Dispute
Let us know that before this, the hearing of this case was on the bench of three judges led by then Chief Justice Deepak Mishra. Prior to retirement, Chief Justice Deepak Mishra's Bench had said in a decision on this matter that the matter is a land dispute and it will not be referred to the Constitutional Bench.
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