Katju could not understand head or tail of Supreme Court order on Ayodhya dispute

Markandey Katju shares Doodle by Aravinda Tegginamath
Markandey Katju shares Doodle by Aravinda Tegginamath (With courtesy from Justice Katju's Facebook page)

New Delhi, 09th March. Forner Supreme court judge and former chairman of Press council of India justice markandey katju could not understand head or tail of Supreme Court order on Ayodhya dispute.

Justice
Katju wrote on his verified Facebook Page,

“I could not
understand head or tail of today’s Supreme Court order on Ayodhya dispute, so
all I can say is “Jai Ranjan Gogoi.”

In another
post He shared a Doodle by Aravinda Tegginamath, with Remark,

“Mediation or Meditation ? Or Medication ?”

As per reports The Supreme Court on Friday ordered a court-supervised mediation to resolve the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute in the next eight weeks. The mediation process will begin within seven days and the three-member panel will submit its first progress report to the Supreme Court in four weeks. The mediation proceedings will take place at Faizabad, which adjoins Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh.

A five-judge constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, appointed former Supreme Court judge justice (retd) F.M.I. Kalifulla as the chairperson of the panel of mediators. The other two members are spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and senior advocate Sriram Panchu.

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