Ayodhya case: In a dramatic twist, Muslim Petitioner’s counsel tears the evidence Map of Ramjanmabhoomi

Vikas Singh is representing the Hindu Mahasabha and the book ‘Ayodhya Revisited’ talks about the existence of Ram Temple in the past years in Ayodhya

New Delhi: The Ayodhya hearing is in its final leg and the court witnessed heated exchanges between the two sides during the last day of hearing. Arguing on behalf of the Hindu petitioners or Ram Lalla Virajman, senior advocate K Parasaran said that birthplace of Lord Ram can not be changed but Muslims can offer prayers at numerous mosques in Ayodhya.

However, Rajeev Dhavan who represents the Muslim petitioners took a strong objection to it saying that the “Historical Blunder” of the Mughal Emperor Babur is a completely new argument.

Meanwhile, Vikas Singh who represents Hindu Mahasabha in the Ramjanmabhoomi title suit case sought to place before the court a book called “Ayodhya Revisited”. The book is written by former IPS. However, Dhawan objected to the book. When the lawyer sought to place some pages and a map from the book, Dhawan who was handed over the documents tore it off. He tore it off in five pieces.

The upset CJI then sarcastically asked him to shred them further and Dhawan tore off more pages.

Today is the last day of arguments and CJI Ranjan Gogoi has announced that the bench will announce final hearing by 5 PM.

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