Ayodhya dispute: Rajeev Dhavan objects to daily hearings
On the fourth day of the Ayodhya dispute hearing on Friday, senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan raised an objection to the daily hearing in the case.
Dhavan, who is representing a Muslim party, said it will be difficult to prepare arguments in the case if the top court conducts hearings on all five working days in a week.
"We don't get time for preparation of arguments," he said, adding that this was the beginning of the first appeal.
He termed the curent set-up of hearings as "inhuman" and "practically impossible" and said: "Cannot go on like this."
Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi assured Dhavan that the apex court will look into his grievances and revert to him at the earliest. IANS