Supreme Court on Thursday fixed March 14, as the next date of hearing as some of the documents, translations, exhibits and excerpts are yet to be filed before it in connection with the politically sensitive Ayodhya dispute case.
A three-judge bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra and also comprising Justices Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer, was hearing the arguments and submissions from various parties including many petitioners and respondents in the sensitive case.
During the course of the hearing, the top court refused to entertain many interventional applications filed by many at present in the case, but said, it may take up at a later stage.
The apex court bench observed that we are not dismissing or disposing the intervention applications. They will be there. At the end or when all arguments would be concluded in the case, we will see.
The counsel submitted the list in which the documents which is not filed is mentioned. Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Tusshar Mehta, senior law officer representing the central government, submitted to the apex court that these exhibits, includes Ram Charitra Manas, Bhagwat Geeta and other relevant excerpts.
One of the respondents suggested that the petitioner should file all relevant excerpts and relevant books in translated in english and should be filled every at once the bench directed to file all relevant documents in English. Now the top court would hear the matter on March 14.