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Ayodhya verdict: Muslim litigant for review plea

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 13 November 2019 ()
Mohammad Umar, son of one of the first Muslim litigants, announced on Wednesday he was ready to file a petition after a nod from the All-India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIPLBM). Talking to TOI from Ayodhya, Umar said alternate land for the mosque outside the acquired 67 acres may not be acceptable.
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