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Nation waits with bated breath for Ayodhya verdict

By The Assam Tribune
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LUCKNOW, Sept 29 � India waited anxiously as the 3-judge Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court will deliver its judgement tomorrow on the 60-year-old Ramjanambhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute, amidst worries about the fall-out of the verdict, reports PTI

Security was ramped up across the country and leaders cutting across political and religious spectrum appealed for calm on the eve of the verdict on four title suits on the ownership of the 2.7 acre land, the dispute over which changed the course of politics in the last two decades.

With Supreme Court clearing hurdles, the verdict by the 3-Judge bench consisting of Justices S U Khan, Justices Sudhir Agarwal and Justice D V Sharma will be delivered at 1530 hours tomorrow and the court has been turned into a virtually impregnable fortress having been declared as a �no access zone�.

The first suit in the case was filed 60 years ago by a Hindu seeking right to worship. After twists and turns the UP Central Sunni Board of Waqfs moved to file a claim in 1961 followed by another civil suit in 1989 in the name of Lord Ram for declaration and possession of the Masjid complex. � PTI

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Nation waits with bated breath for Ayodhya verdict

LUCKNOW, Sept 29 � India waited anxiously as the 3-judge Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court will deliver its judgement tomorrow on the 60-year-old Ramjanambhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute, amidst worries about the fall-out of the verdict, reports PTI

Security was ramped up across the country and leaders cutting across political and religious spectrum appealed for calm on the eve of the verdict on four title suits on the ownership of the 2.7 acre land, the dispute over which changed the course of politics in the last two decades.

With Supreme Court clearing hurdles, the verdict by the 3-Judge bench consisting of Justices S U Khan, Justices Sudhir Agarwal and Justice D V Sharma will be delivered at 1530 hours tomorrow and the court has been turned into a virtually impregnable fortress having been declared as a �no access zone�.

The first suit in the case was filed 60 years ago by a Hindu seeking right to worship. After twists and turns the UP Central Sunni Board of Waqfs moved to file a claim in 1961 followed by another civil suit in 1989 in the name of Lord Ram for declaration and possession of the Masjid complex. � PTI

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