If the court rejects the mediation panel report then the judgement on the matter will be delivered on or before November 17, the retirement day of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi.
One side of the Waqf Board said that they were ready to go for the settlement while the other is fiercely contesting the title on the disputed land.
There is an attempt to end the constitutional traditions so that new history can be written, the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind's chief said.
They said the mediation process itself has been rendered infructuous in the eyes of the law because it did not involve all Hindu and Muslim parties.
The Muslim parties' lawyers said the mediation panel's report was leaked to the media and they do not approve the procedures adopted in the process.
Ahead of Babri Masjid verdict, security tightened in Ayodhya, Police keeps close vigil at check posts
Earlier, District Magistrate Court had imposed Section-144 in the district in anticipation of a verdict in the Ayodhya land case. The decision was also taken considering the upcoming festivals.
The complaint letter said that Supreme Court advocate has committed 'highly unethical' act by tearing into pieces a copy of the map submitted before the top court.
Mediation panel report lists conditions to withdraw title claim; bench to study it today.
After hearing the arguments for 40 days of the Hindu and the Muslim sides, the apex court concluded hearing in the politically-sensitive Ram Janmbhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case.
Ayodhya case: Constitution bench judges to sit in chambers on Thursday for closed-door consultations
A notice in this regard has been issued by the Supreme Court saying that Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi and four other judges will sit in chambers, where parties involved are not allowed.
After hearing the arguments of the Hindu and the Muslim sides for 40 days, a five-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, concluded hearing in the case.
While the BJP based its narrative on cultural nationalism and associated the temple issue with Ram Rajya, other political players including the Congress, SP and BSP have been treading very cautiously.
Sources said that the decision has been taken in view of the upcoming decision by the Supreme Court on the Ayodhya dispute that is expected in mid-November.
The judgment in the matter is to be pronounced by November 17, the day the Chief Justice of India will demit the office.
It is logical that temple construction should begin on the date when the structure was demolished, Sakshi Maharaj said.