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Ayodhya land dispute: Muslim parties 'shocked' at settlement reports

Mid-Day Saturday, 19 October 2019
*New Delhi:* Muslim parties, sans the Sunni Waqf Board, made clear on Friday that they do not accept the Supreme Court-appointed mediation panel's proposal on purported settlement to resolve the Ayodhya land dispute and expressed surprise over reports suggesting that the Board was willing to withdraw the claim on the site of the...
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