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Ayodhya verdict | We respect Supreme Court's Ayodhya judgement, says Dean of Diplomatic Corps in India

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“We can fully and better understand the historic proportion of this ruling by the Indian Supreme Court and the fact that all layers of justice were followed to reach this verdict,” says Ambassador Hans Dannenberg Castellanos.
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News video: 10 Key Points About The Supreme Court's Ayodhya Verdict

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The Supreme Court judgement brings to a close a case that fundamentally altered civil and political life in India.

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