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Muslim delegation to visit across country to spread peace ahead of SC verdict in Ayodhya case

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 6 November 2019
"With this delegation, we are sending a message to the entire country that the Supreme Court verdict is not a matter of victory or loss to any community. The verdict is about the Ayodhya land dispute. We will reach across the country and urge people to maintain peace and brotherhood," Muslim Rashtriya Manch spokesperson Syed Yaser Jilani told ANI on Wednesday.
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