Supreme Court rules only originally involved parties may argue in Ayodhya dispute

Hearing the crucial Ayodhya case, the Supreme Court on Wednesday accepted the contention that only original parties who had been involved in the dispute be allowed to argue in the case.

It need be mentioned that sensitive Babri-Masjid land dispute case has garnered quite a lot of media and public attention lately.

The top court rejected all interim pleas of unrelated people seeking intervention as parties in the matter.

The Supreme Court bench including Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices Ashok Bhushan and S A Najeeb accepted the plea that only original parties to the dispute be allowed to advance arguments in the case.

This led to the plea of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy seeking intervention in the ongoing matter also getting rejected.

The leader himself is said to have told the media that he had filed a writ petition on the grounds that he has right to worship.

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