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Ayodhya: Supreme Court queries Muslim parties on status of 'birth place' as party to dispute

IndiaTimes Friday, 13 September 2019
Muslim parties opposing claims of Hindus over the disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri masjid site faced some searching questions from the five-judge Constitution bench headed by the CJI which asked why the 'janmsthan' or birthplace of Lord Ram cannot have legal rights like a "juristic person" to seek title of the property. The bench will resume hearing on Sept 16.

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