The Supreme Court on Friday said that the mediation panel has failed to reach an agreement on Ayodhya land dispute. The apex court ordered that it will conduct daily hearings in the case from August 6 onwards till arguments end.
The mediation panel, appointed by the Supreme Court to look into Ayodhya land dispute, has failed to find an amicable solution in the matter, the Supreme Court said on Friday. While hearing the case, the court said that it will conduct a day-to-day hearing in the case till arguments end. Earlier on Thursday, the three-member panel headed by Justice KM Kalifulla, submitted its report to the apex court. The report said that no details of the proceedings have been included in the report.
The court had asked the mediation panel to submit its final report of the mediation proceeding on July 31, 2019. The court had given its orders against a plea claiming that the mediation panel was not making any progress.
The mediation panel has informed all the concerned parties that no consensus was reached in the matter and proceedings have been formally closed.