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The Supreme Court may have decided to find a pragmatic way for social harmony but, as an Indian, I ask myself if that is the function of the court or of other State institutions? Hence, I am conflicted(Sunil Saxena/HT)

The riddle of paragraph 652 in the Ayodhya order

By Vivek Katju
PUBLISHED ON NOV 20, 2019 07:17 PM IST
It pins 1856 as the threshold to examine legal claims. But its final verdict goes against precisely this basis
A Muslim man looks on as police officers conduct a flag march in a street outside Jama Masjid, before Supreme Court's verdict on a disputed religious site claimed by both majority Hindus and Muslim in Ayodhya, in the old quarters of Delhi.(REUTERS)
A Muslim man looks on as police officers conduct a flag march in a street outside Jama Masjid, before Supreme Court's verdict on a disputed religious site claimed by both majority Hindus and Muslim in Ayodhya, in the old quarters of Delhi.(REUTERS)

‘Closure, wish of Allah, unexpected’: UP Muslims react to SC’s Ayodhya order

Hindustan Times, Lucknow | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUL 20, 2020 08:09 AM IST
Many Muslims welcomed the Supreme Court verdict, saying it will re-affirm the tradition of mutual respect and unity among the people of both communities.
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