New Delhi, Aug 21: Counsel for Ram Lala Virajman on Wednesday contended in the Supreme Court that even if there were no temple, no deity, the faith of the people of Ramjanmabhumi as birthplace was enough. The putting up of the idol gave further sanctity,senior lawyer CS Vaidyanathan told the Constitution Bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi.
Vaidyanathan submitted that the janamasthan was the deity. If the property itself was the deity, nobody could claim ownership of the land. Nobody could claim adverse possession on the basis of Babri Masjid.