Ayodhya-Babri Case: SC Adjourns Hearing
New Delhi: SC adjourned the case for two weeks due to non availability of Lawyer Venugopal, who represents Advani in the case. But Supreme Court asked Advani, MM, Joshi and other leaders of BJP who are accused in the case to file their written submissions to the court.
Venugopal, who represents BJP leaders in the court, sought permission as he is appearing before another bench which was accepted by SC.
Hearing should be done on Wednesday but the court pushed to Thursday due to non availability of Nariman. Bench comprises of Justice Ghose and Nariman, who said all parties should file their arguments in written before April 6th. Hearing is expected on April 7th once these political parties submit their written arguements.
The trail in Raebareli court which includes names of Advani, Joshi and Uma baharathi, was kept on hold. Another case in Lucknow was held, with Karsevaks involved in and around of demolition of the disputed structure.
CBI plea regarding the invoke of conspiracy charges against these leaders was filed in Apex court.
According to CBI plea, they are not in favor of dropping charges against these politicians.