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Ayodhya verdict: UP Sunni Waqf Board not to go in for review of SC verdict

Hindu Saturday, 9 November 2019 ()
“We will not go in any review of the SC verdict or file any curative petition.”
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News video: Ayodhya verdict: Disputed land given to Hindus, Muslims to get 5 acre land | Oneindia News

Ayodhya verdict: Disputed land given to Hindus, Muslims to get 5 acre land | Oneindia News 01:35

UNANIMOUS AYODHYA VERDICT BY THE 5 JUDGE SUPREME COURT BENCH, DISPUTED 2.77-ACRE LAND GIVEN TO THE HINDU PARTIES, A TRUST TO BE FORMED BY THE CENTRE WITHIN THREE MONTHS TO MONITOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A RAM TEMPLE, THE SUNNI WAQF BOARD WILL BE GIVEN 5 ACRES OF ALTERNATE LAND

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