Senior advocate C S Vaidyanathan, representing
the deity 'Ram Lalla Virajaman' in the long-pending sensitive Ram-Janmabhoomi
case, made the arguments before a five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice
Ranjan Gogoi. The senior lawyer read out the report of the commissioner
appointed to inspect the disputed site.
The court commissioner had inspected the
disputed site on April16, 1950 and the report submitted by him makes
description about the presence of pillars with images of Lord Shiva, said the
lawyer to SC. These images of deities on pillars cannot be located in mosques
and can be found in temples, the counsel representing the deity told Supreme
Court. He also submitted the map found in Ayodhya with a description of images
carved on pillars.
He also conveyed that the site held religious sanctity
for Hindus. An album containing photographs of deities inside the
structure was also submitted, and he added that mosques do not have such