SC begins hearing Ayodhya verdict deferment plea

Supreme Court
New Delhi, Sep 28: The Supreme Court has begun hearing the plea seeking deferment of Allahabad High court verdict on the Ayodhya title suit.

Three-judge special bench headed by Chief Justice of India SH Kapadia, including Justices Aftab Alam and KS Radhakrishnan, will be hearing arguments on the petition filed by retired bureaucrat Ramesh Chand Tripathi on Tuesday, Sep 28.

The hearing began with senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi arguing for Tripathi as to why the High court verdict has to be postponed. The petition also seeks parties to resolve the 60-year-long Ram Temple-Babri Majid verdict.

On the eve of the High Court verdict, scheduled to be delivered on Sep 24, the apex court had stayed the judgment on public interest.

On Sep 23, the court issued notices to all parties involved in the title suit to appear before it on Tuesday, Sep 28 when the postponement petition would be heard.

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