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Mandir Ayodhya se door hai

DNMUM429775 | 1/11/2019 | Author : Abraham Thomas | WC :586 | India

120 issues of law & facts make ram mandir case complex

New Delhi: Even as the clamour for an urgent decision on the Ayodhya title suit grows, the history of politically sensitive cases pending in court show how complex legal and political issues involved with such cases demanded time.
In other such sensitive cases, respective governments have requested the court to delay proceedings, and the court has obliged.
The Ayodhya case is not a simple land dispute.
The five-judge bench must address 120 issues of law and facts. Add to this the fact that Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who is heading the Constitution bench, will retire in November.
Meanwhile, pressure has been mounting for the issue to be settled before the 2019 polls. There have been demands for live telecast of court pr
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