New Delhi: Supreme Court demanded mediation panel headed by former Justice Kalifulla to submit an interim report over the disputed land issue in Ayodhya. The verdict passed by the division bench headed by Chief Justice over the plea submitted by Gopal Sigh, one of the complainants, alleging no development in disputed land issue brought by the mediation panel. The court directed Justice Kalifulla committee to submit the report by Thursday and sought whether the panel can resolve the issue through arbitration or not. Chief Justice headed Division Bench made it clear that if the arbitration found to be futile the ruling bench would hear day to day plea over the matter.
The court appointed the committee for arbitration over the disputed land and the court has the right to know the progress in the disputed land. The plea submitted against the verdict pronounced by Allahabad High Court to divide the disputed land in Ayodya, was challenged by the senior advocate Parasaran appeared for Gopal Sigh. He pointed out that the case based incident happened before the constitution was formed and arbitration cannot be found fruitful in the case. The court order cannot be ruled out over considering the defiance from one faction over the order, Rajeev Dhavan, the advocate appeared for Muslim organization argued.