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Supreme Court adjourns the Hearing of Ayodhya Title Suit till January 2019, Subramanian Swamy and Asaduddin Owaisi Argue

We (parliamentarians) have the right to alter laws. The Supreme Court can consider whether this is a violation of the constitution or not. Nothing more than that. Supreme Court cannot pass any law, only parliament can," Swamy reacted to the Supreme Court's adjournment of the Ayodhya Title Suit, quoted ANI.

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The Supreme Court, on Monday, adjourned the much awaited hearing on the Ayodhya Title Suit till January 2019. The counsel for Hindu Mahasabha, Barun Kumar Sinha, said that the case was most likely heard today but the Chief Justice bench sought the case for hearing to be placed in January next year. “The matter was regarding the hearing today but the chief justice bench said that this matter be placed before the bench in the month of January when they will decide the dates of hearing,” said Sinha, ANI quoted. He also added that it will be upon the Chief Justice bench to decide whether a new bench will be constituted for hearing or the same bench will continue the hearing.

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As expected, the reaction from the political representatives were bound to hit back on the issue. The first to react was BJP leader and a Member of Parliament (MP), Subramanian Swamy, who said that his (BJP) government must pass an ordinance to bring an end to the wait for the construction of lord Ram temple in Ayodhya at the disputed plot. He assured that he will raise the issue in the upcoming winter season and that Supreme Court is not above parliament. “So they have put it off to January, that’s the court’s authority but in my opinion Parliament also has an authority. The court is not above Parliament. This mistake should be removed from the minds of the people,” roared Swamy on the court’s adjournment of the case till January, quoted ANI.

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He further asserted that the apex court cannot make a law but can only opine if the law passed by the parliament is violating the constitution or not. “We (parliamentarians) have the right to alter laws. The Supreme Court can consider whether this is a violation of the constitution or not. Nothing more than that. Supreme Court cannot pass any law, only parliament can,” Swamy reacted to the Supreme Court’s adjournment of the Ayodhya Title Suit, quoted ANI. He further went ahead to advocate the passing of law to construct the lord Ram’s temple at the 2.67 acre plot where the Babri Masjid was demolished in 1992. “No question about it that we should bring an ordinance proclaiming a law which says that the 2.67 acres of land be given to Hindu organisations to start building a temple,” added Swamy, quoted ANI.

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Reacting to Swamy’s plan to advocate the passing of law over the construction of lord Ram’s temple at Babri Masjid’s demolished plot, All India Maslis-e-ittehadul (AIMIM) chief and MP from Hyderabad, Asaduddin Owaisi, challenged BJP of passing such a law. “I challenge the government to bring an ordinance. How long they will bluff people? The country will run on the constitution. You are in power. I challenge you to bring it (ordinance),” reacted Owaisi to Subramanian Swamy’s action plan of passing a law to build Ram temple in Ayodhya, quoted ANI. Owaisi, however, said that the decision by the apex court in the matter must be abided by everyone.

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