Kashmir disappointed them. There was no conflagration, no conflict and the separatist agendas could find no expression since August 5.
SC directs Centre to put together a trust for constructing temple on disputed 2.77 acres, Also directs govt to allot five acres for building mosque; Muslim organisations disappointed.
Board chairman Waseem Rizvi said that the dismissal of the Shia Central Waqf Board claim is not a big thing.
Welcoming the unanimous decision of the five-judge apex court bench, Nadda said the judgment was an example of inclusive views representing all sections of the society.
The court has directed that the centre/ state government should allot land measuring 5 acres to the Sunni Central Waqf Board for construction of the mosque within Ayodhya.
According to an official, local residents and traders took this initiative for safety ahead of the SC verdict.
Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi is expected to deliver the verdict in the case before his retirement on November 17.
With the verdict of the much controversial Ayodhya dispute coming up on November 9, here is a brief timeline of how everything transpired.