Swamy seeks daily hearing in SC over Ayodhya issue

Swamy made a case for day-to-day hearing in SC on Ayodhya dispute and also sought discussion on the matter in RS.

Published: 08th August 2016 01:36 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th August 2016 01:36 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: BJP member Subramanian Swamy today made a case for day-to-day hearing in the Supreme Court on the Ayodhya dispute and also sought discussion on the matter in Rajya Sabha.

Raising the matter during the Zero Hour, Swamy said it is very necessary to have a disucssion in the House on an "urgent developing issue" of building a Ram temple in Ayodhya.

"In the manifesto of BJP, we had made a solemn assurance that as per legal methods, and that is through courts, we will find a solution. And this is now widely accepted by all parties," he said.

The matter is currently pending in the Supreme Court.

He also said that all parties had "agreed" that there should be day-to-day hearing on the issue to find a solution.

"Therefore, I urge, through you, the government to see that their law officers go to the Supreme Court as they did in the High Court and say that this matter should be expeditiously disposed off and day-to-day hearing takes place," he said.

Swamy also demanded that the issue "should be discussed threadbare in the House so that harmony can be restored in the country".

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