Ayodhya case: Supreme Court asks Muslims about their holy place’s origin

The Supreme Court on Friday asked the Muslim parties about the origins of the holiest place in Islam, as their counsel contested the stand of Ram Janmabhoomi, the birthplace of Lord Ram, being a juristic personality (a legal entity having stakes in the case) in the Ayodhya title dispute.

With the Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi conducting the hearing in the case, Justice S.A. Bobde, the second senior-most judge on the bench, asked senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan if the “Kaaba is sculpted or it is Swayambhu, self-manifested?”

Dhavan, who is representing the Muslim parties, replied it is intrinsically divine, as Prophet Muhammad said there is one god and only one god.

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