Hello ,12:44 PM SC stays Allahabad HC verdict on Ayodhya:
Just in: The Supreme Court has stayed the Allahabad High Court verdicton Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title suit.
Hearing the case, the SC said the partition of disputed land has "opened a litany of litigations" and the partition of disputed land has "opened a litany of
litigation", and criticised the HC verdict, calling it "strange".The SC said it was "strange nobody had asked for a partition of the disputed land earlier."
How will SC try to solve this problem ?
If there was a good administration, the case should not have gone to the judiciary at all. It is the lack of will from the administration they passed on the buck to the judiciary. This is a matter to be decided by admin..Of late , there are lot of intervention by the SC in administrative matters. For a change they should drop the case as non maitanable & force ADMIn to take a decision..
The people should understand each other & live co-operatively. They should come to a decision which is the best, after all judiciary also consists of humans only- to expect a divine ruling from there is a fool's paradise..Let every CITIZEN realise his / her responsibility & come to a historical conclusion. Leadership is lacking.. This episode provide ample opportunity to raise a good leader. Certainly this matter should be decided by the public at large rather than judiciary..
The Supreme Court is hearing a petition by retired bureaucrat Ramesh Chand Tripathi, that the verdict be postponed because it could lead to communal violence. The verdict on the Ayodhya title suit will handle one of India's most divisive and sensitive issues - what came first at Ayodhya - the Babri Masjid or a temple for Lord Ram.
In the Supreme Court today, there was a difference of opinion between the two judges who heard Tripathi's petition. Justice HL Gokhale said, "Even if there is one per cent chance of reconciliation, it should be given...Consequences for ordinary people, but not for the petitioners...If there are consequences, people will blame the Supreme Court." (Watch: Supreme Court may give a healin ...more