Ayodhya dispute amit shah said rahul gandhi is roaming temple to temple and kapil sibal try to postpone hearings in supreme court

The BJP asked the Congress party to make it clear that she should tell that in the Ayodhya case, the views expressed by leader Kapil Sibal in the Supreme Court ? In the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute case, senior advocate Kapil Sibal, who was present in the court on behalf of a party Sunni Waqf Board, said that the hearing of this case should be conducted after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, because the present environment is not favorable.

BJP favors to construct Ram temple :

Amit Shah, the national president of BJP, expressed surprise when the Supreme Court stayed the hearing in the case and said the arguments of Kapil Sibal are shocking. Congress and Rahul Gandhi should clarify their stand in this matter. He said that BJP is favored by a grand temple and when all the papers are ready, what does it mean to stop hearing ?

Amit Shah asked Rahul Gandhi, “On one side Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi is visiting temples in Gujarat, Kapil Sibal is doing such things in court. I appeal to the Congress party that they should explain their stand in this matter. ” Amit Shah said that BJP has demanded that the Supreme Court will hear its verdict as soon as possible by completing the hearing.

Supreme Court Hearing for 8 February 2018 :

BJP spokesman GVL Narasimha Rao said that after urging the trial of Ayodhya to be carried forward after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Sibal has tried to politicize this legal dispute. He said that Congress should make it clear that the thoughts expressed by Kapil Sibal were their own… Significantly, the court gave the date of 8 February 2018 for the next hearing. Now in this case, hearing will start from February 8. On the other hand, the Supreme Court asked all lawyers involved in the case to complete all the documents related to the case so that the hearing of the case should not be avoided.

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