Ramsetu, the centre of faith of millions of Hindus, may soon be declared a national monument. A hearing was held in this regard on Thursday.
New Delhi: According to media reports, in this matter, the Central Government has said in the court that the process of declaring Ramsetu as a national monument is underway. At the same time, Subramaniam Swamy told the court that the Ministry of Culture had also held a meeting regarding this. The then minister Prahlad Patel had also discussed this issue. Then later he was given the charge of another ministry.
At the same time, Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud said that Justice Pardiwala and I will pass the order in a quorum. And Justice Narasimha says that he has represented Tamil Nadu in the Sethu Samudram project case. Because of this they cannot hear the matter.
On the petition in the court, Subramaniam Swamy said that he can give additional evidence related to the case in the ministry. Swamy had said that he had already sent several letters to the ministry. But they have not received any reply. In fact, Subramanian Swamy had filed a petition to recognize Ram Sethu as a historical monument. In his petition, he had said that Ram Setu is linked to the faith of lakhs of Hindus. Along with this, he also demanded to declare Ram Setu as a national heritage.
Swamy says that the court had asked the central government to clarify its stand by filing an affidavit by December 1. On this, the Solicitor General said that the affidavit is being prepared. It will be completed by the first week of February.