Ayodhya case: More time to mediation panel, SC seeks report on August 1
| Thursday | 18th July, 2019
The next hearing will be on August 2.
The Supreme Court on Thursday in its hearing in Ayodhya temple-mosque dispute gave more time to FM Kalifulla led mediation panel. The apex court allowed the panel to continue the mediation till 31 July and asked it to submit the report on August 1. The next hearing will be on August 2.
Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi said, "We now fix the date of hearing on August 2. We request the mediation committee to inform the outcome of the proceedings as of July 31."
Supreme court in its hearing on July 11 sought a progress report from mediation panel by July 18. The court had then said it may begin day-today hearing from July 25 if it feels the mediation process hasn’t made much headway.
The top court had last year referred the decades-old dispute for mediation and set up the panel, headed by former Supreme Court judge FM Kalifulla. The panel has been tasked by the court to hold consultations to explore a potential avenue for an amicable settlement. The other two members of the panel are spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and senior advocate Sriram Panchu.
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