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SC precinct, CJI's courtroom witness rare site on judgement day in Ayodhya case

IndiaTimes Saturday, 9 November 2019
It was a rare sight in the Supreme Court as a large number of lawyers, litigants and media persons jostled to enter court number 1 where a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi pronounced the historic verdict in the politically and religiously sensitive Ayodhya land dispute case on Saturday. The judgement was scheduled to be delivered at 10:30am but lawyers representing various parties and journalists have started reaching the apex court two hours in advance.
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