Supreme Court sets a deadline in the framework demolition case

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The Supreme Court has extended the tenure of Judge SK Yadav till 31 August to settle the Ayodhya structure demolition case released in the lower court.

The Supreme Court has extended the tenure of trial court judge SK Yadav till 31 August to settle the Ayodhya structure demolition case released in the lower court.

In an order issued on Friday, a bench of Justices RF Nariman and Suryakant directed the Lucknow-based special CBI court to settle the criminal case in the framework demolition case by August 31 this year. In the past also, the apex court has directed extension of tenure of Special Judge SK Yadav.

The apex court said that the special CBI court of Lucknow should complete the case by the end of August and give its verdict. The apex court said that the CBI court should conduct the trial through video conferencing.

Senior BJP leaders LK Advani, Murali Manohar Joshi, Kalyan Singh, and Uma Bharti other accused in the Sametkai case in India. Three other accused Giriraj Kishore (Giriraj Kishore), Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Ashok Singhal and Vishnu Hari Dalmia have died during the trial.

Special Judge SK Yadav wrote a letter to the apex court seeking an extension of time. On 20 April, the nine-month limit of Special Judge SK Yadav reached. The apex court believes that CBI Special Judge SK Yadav should complete the hearing of the case and give a verdict as he is well aware of the entire case.

Reports said that as per the earlier deadline, the trial court was to give its verdict to the lower court of Lucknow in April, but it was deferred for some reason. It is a case of demolition of structures by karasevaks in Ayodhya on 6 December 1992.

Source: ANI

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