Today, the Supreme Court gave a verdict of meditation to settle the Ram birth Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute by a three-member panel. The panel comprising Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Justice (Retd) FM Kalifulla and senior advocate Sriram Panchu.
The top court gave it a time period of eight weeks to come to a conclusion. At the end of four weeks, the panel has to give a status report. The court also gave permission to its members to get more people if they need any legal help.
The 68-year-old Justice FM Kalifulla started his career as an advocate in August 1975. He is the son of Late M Fakkir Mohamed. In 2000, Justice Kalifulla was appointed as a permanent Judge of the Madras High Court. Besides being an active labor practitioner he also uplifted as a judge of the Supreme Court on April 2, 2012.
After the top court’s order, Justice Kalifulla told the reporters, “I understand the Supreme Court has appointed a mediation committee headed by me. I’m yet to receive the order copy. I can say if a committee has been constituted we’ll make every effort to resolve the issue amicably.”
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is a spiritual guru who dedicated his life for the society to make it violence-free. The 62-year-old has been leading movement across the world. He is advocating positive dialogue between the opposing parties on the Ram Mandir issue.
Sri Sri Tweeted saying, “Respecting everyone, turning dreams to reality, ending long-standing conflicts happily and maintaining harmony in society – we must all move together towards these goals.”
The 69-year-old Sriram Panchu is the founder of the Mediation Chambers which is India’s first court-annexed mediation center in 2005. Other than being a senior advocate and mediator Mr. Panchu played a vital role in making meditation a part of India’s legal system. Mr. Panchu said referring to the order of the Supreme Court, “It is a very serious responsibility given to me by the Hon’ble Supreme Court. I will do my best.”

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