Regarding the construction of Ram Mandir in Ayodhya, the Supreme Court’s retired Judge Justice Chelameswar said that the decision of the court can be changed by legislative process. Many examples of this have already been revealed. Even after the matter is considered in the court, the government can make laws to make Ram temple.
Chelameswar joined the organization of the Congress organization
The statement of retired justice came at such a time. When the Sangh Parivar talked about the 1992 movement for Ram temple and the land acquisition of the government by making laws. Justice Chelameswar joined the All India Professionals Congress program of the Congress-affiliated organization on Friday.
In the discussion, Justice Chelameswar was asked whether the government can pass the law for Ram temple in the current situation. On this he said that there is one aspect of it that is legally possible. The second is that it will (or not). There are many such cases which have been done earlier, in which the legislative process created a barrier to the Supreme Court’s decision.
Justice Chelameshar also referred to the matters related to the water dispute between Karnataka and Karnataka, Punjab and Haryana to reverse the order of the Supreme Court. He said that these issues should have already been adopted open approach. This (law on the Ram temple) is possible.
Sangh said – if necessary, agitation will also be done
On Friday, in the RSS press conference, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra Bhaiyaji Joshi had said that Hindu society is feeling humiliated by comments of the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya dispute. The court had said that this issue is not in its priority. He said that the Sangh Parivar will not have any hesitation in organizing the Ram Mandir for 1992, but till then the dispute is in the Supreme Court, it will be stopped.
4 judges including Chelameswar Press conference
Justice Chelameswar was included in the four senior judges of the Supreme Court of the Press Conference in January 2018. For the first time in the history of the Supreme Court, judges had questioned the functioning of then Chief Justice Deepak Mishra.
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