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Mediation Panel Given Extension
Ayodhya : Mediation Panel Given Extension


NEW DELHI. The Supreme Court has accepted the three-member mediation panel's request and given it time till August 15 to come up with an amicable and lasting solution to the Ayodhya land dispute case. A five-judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said they had received the report from Justice Kalifulla in which the panel had sought extension of time till August 15 to complete the mediation proceedings.

The Supreme Court on Friday extended till August 15 the time for a panel of mediators, headed by former apex court judge Justice F M I Kalifulla, to explore an amicable solution to the politically sensitive Ayodhya land dispute case. A five judge constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said they have received the report from Justice Kalifulla in which the panel has sought extension of time till August 15 to complete mediation proceedings.
Several political parties have welcomed the apex court verdict
The matter is being heard by a five judge constitution bench comprising Justices S A Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer apart from Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi himself.. The apex court has also allowed parties to raise objections before the panel till 30th of next month. The panel was asked by the apex court to hold in-camera proceedings and complete it within eight weeks.
(UPDATED OON MAY 10TH, 2019)