SC asks government to clear stand on Ram Setu within six weeks
Ram Setu is a continuous stretch of limestone shoals between Rameshwaram Island, southeastern coast of Tamil Nadu and Northwestern coast of Sri Lanka. (Image source: Wikimedia Commons) Photograph: (Others)
The Supreme Court has given six weeks' time to the Central government to clear their stand on Ram Setu.
The central government will have to file an affidavit within six weeks to clarify if they want to remove Ram Setu or protect it.
Ram Setu case: Supreme Court gives six weeks' time to the Central government to file affidavit on their stand on Ram Setu. The Central Government will have to clarify if they want to remove Ram Setu or protect it.— ANI (@ANI) November 13, 2017
Ram Setu is a continuous stretch of limestone shoals between Rameshwaram Island, southeastern coast of Tamil Nadu and Northwestern coast of Sri Lanka.
Hindus believe that Ram Setu is the same stretch of land that was constructed by Lord Rama and his army of apes to reach Lanka.
Happy that today SC directed affidavit be filed in 6 wks by Union Govt on when they will decide Ram Setu will be Heritage Monument.— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) November 13, 2017
SC gives Centre's lawyer 6 weeks' time to get instructions and clarify govt's stand on the question whether the ancient Ram Sethu or the Adam's Bridge will be "touched" in the implementation of the Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project @the_hindu— Krishnadas Rajagopal (@kdrajagopal) November 13, 2017
Legendary evidence is that "Ram Setu" is a universal truth because science also confirms it, hence its relevance is even more important.— Arvind Belewar (@ArvindBelewar) November 13, 2017