New Delhi, Oct 1: A Hindu side on Tuesday submitted to a five-judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court that there was no need to prove the existence or physical presence of Lord Ram at the disputed site, when actually, hewas born there.
"There is no need to prove us that the existence or physical presence of God Ram should be established at the disputed site, when actually, the Lord was born there," asserted senior lawyer CS Vaidyanathan.
He contended that as Ram was born there, so the disputed site was a pure, complete and devotional place. It is also worshipped by multitudes and is a faith and belief of people at large, he submitted to the apex court, which is hearing a batch of pleas against the September 2010 Allahabad High Court trifurcation of the disputed 2.77 acres. (UNI)