In the Ayodhya case, the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court heard on Wednesday. During the hearing of the 40th day, there was a fierce debate in the court. During the hearing, the lawyer of the Muslim side, Rajeev Dhavan, tore the map presented by the Hindu Mahasabha lawyer Vikas Singh. After this CJI Ranjan Gogoi said that if the decorum of the court is not maintained, then we will leave the court. In fact, Rajiv Dhawan objected to the All India Hindu Mahasabha citing a map showing the birthplace of Lord Rama at the disputed site in Ayodhya by senior advocate Vikas Singh and asked the bench whether he (of the map) Should be done, the bench said that he can cut it into pieces. On this, Rajiv Dhawan tore the pictorial map provided by the advocate of All India Hindu Mahasabha in the courtroom. After this, it became a matter of discussion.
Rajiv Dhawan, who came to the discussion in the case of Ayodhya in 1994, is a senior Supreme Court lawyer. He did his schooling from Allahabad and Sherwood School, Nainital. At the same time, he has received higher education from Allahabad University, Cambridge University and the University of London. Shanti Swarup Dhawan, the father of Rajeev Dhavan, has been India’s ambassador to Britain, Governor of West Bengal and a member of the Law Commission. It is said that Rajiv Dhawan, along with Congress leader and Supreme Court lawyer Kapil Sibal, learned the tricks of advocacy and then climbed the stairs of success due to his cross-examination. In the Mandal case also, his cross-examination had made a lot of headlines. Dhawan (Rajeev Dhavan) is also a professor at the Indian Law Institute. In the Ayodhya case, he is fighting a case on behalf of the Sunni Waqf Board.