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Babri verdict on Sept 24, HC rejects postponement plea

By The Assam Tribune
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LUCKNOW, Sept 17 (PTI): The judgement in the Ramjanambhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute will be delivered on Sept 24 with the Allahabad High Court today rejecting a petition for mediation on the ground it was aimed at "creating obstruction" in the final disposal of the matter.

Rejecting the petition by defendant Ramesh Chandra Tripathi, a three-judge bench of the of the court comprising Justices S U Khan, Sudhir Agarwal and D V Sharma also imposed "exemplary costs" of Rs 50,000 terming his effort for an out-of-court settlement as a "mischievous attempt".

Allaying apprehensions of the possible violence in the wake of next week's judgement in the 60-year-old case, Lucknow bench of the Court observed that "arrangement of security is the responsibility of the State".

"We have read in the newspapers that the Prime Minister of the country has assured the people that the government is capable of meeting any contingency.

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Babri verdict on Sept 24, HC rejects postponement plea

LUCKNOW, Sept 17 (PTI): The judgement in the Ramjanambhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute will be delivered on Sept 24 with the Allahabad High Court today rejecting a petition for mediation on the ground it was aimed at "creating obstruction" in the final disposal of the matter.

Rejecting the petition by defendant Ramesh Chandra Tripathi, a three-judge bench of the of the court comprising Justices S U Khan, Sudhir Agarwal and D V Sharma also imposed "exemplary costs" of Rs 50,000 terming his effort for an out-of-court settlement as a "mischievous attempt".

Allaying apprehensions of the possible violence in the wake of next week's judgement in the 60-year-old case, Lucknow bench of the Court observed that "arrangement of security is the responsibility of the State".

"We have read in the newspapers that the Prime Minister of the country has assured the people that the government is capable of meeting any contingency.

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