Former Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi has been elected to the Rajya Sabha

Posted by Konark tv on March 18th, 2020

Konark Bureau: President Ramnath Kobind has nominated former Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi for the Rajya Sabha. Gogoi's tenure as chief justice was about 13 and a half months. During this time many important and controversial cases were heard. These included the Ram Mandir case, the Chief Justice's Office General Authority case, the Sabarimala case, the decision on the issue in four languages, including the cutting of the leader's photo in government advertisements, and the decision of the case in six languages.

The biggest decision was that Ranjan Gogoi delivered a historic verdict on the Ram temple. Gogoi retired on November 14 last year.

Gogoi made a historic decision in the Ram Mandir case. The verdict was heard by a five-judge bench headed by Gogoi. The Supreme Court has ruled that the disputed land in Ayodhya should be handed over to Ramallah Birajman and ordered the Muslim party to give 5 acres of land in Ayodhya. In addition, the court ordered the central government to set up a trust to build the Ram temple. The Supreme Court's ruling was welcomed by the country, but there was little opposition.

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