Ayodhya Case Hearing Today In The Supreme Court: Live Updates

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The decision on Ayodhya, is at the heart of India's most politically divisive row

New Delhi:

A five-judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, will hear the Ayodhya temple-mosque case today. It is expected to take a call on the frequency of hearings in the case. The four other judges on the Constitution Bench are Justice SA Bobde, Justice NV Ramana, Justice UU Lalit and Justice DY Chandrachud. The decision on the title suit, pending for six decades and at the heart of India's most politically divisive row, comes amid demands to speed up the plan to build a Ram temple at the site where the 16th-century Babri mosque stood before it was razed by Hindu right wing activists in 1992.
If the Supreme Court, however, decides today on daily or frequent hearings in the case, it will be seen as a shot in the arm for those demanding a resolution to the issue before the Lok Sabha polls.

Here are the Live Updates of the Ayodhya Case Hearing:

Jan 10, 201910:36 (IST) Hearing in the Ayodhya case has begun in the Supreme Court
Jan 10, 201910:30 (IST) Ayodhya verdict to begin shortly.
Jan 10, 201910:28 (IST) For the BJP, early hearing in the case would mean good news politically. In the last two years that the party has been in power in Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, a Hindu priest as well, has made Ayodhya a showcase when it comes to development and tourism projects. Part of the plan is to build a massive Ram statue in the temple town that will be the world's tallest. The BJP hopes these moves will attract votes in the general elections, especially from those among the majority Hindus who believe that a Ram temple should be constructed in Ayodhya at the earliest.Jan 10, 201910:20 (IST)Visuals of security outside the Supreme Court ahead of Ayodhya Hearing by a five-judge Constitution bench:

Jan 10, 201910:15 (IST) Members of the ruling BJP, some of its allies and right-wing groups want a special executive order or ordinance to enable the start of construction before the general elections are announced. Last year, the Supreme Court refused an early hearing in the case.No more contentSource Article

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