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18 Sep 2019 10:41 PM

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Updated 18 Sep 2019 10:41 PM

The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the parties involved in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute case to conclude their arguments by October 18.

"Let us all make a joint effort to conclude the arguments by October 18. If necessary, court may hear the case for an extra hour on Saturdays," said Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi.

Conclusion of hearings in the case by October 18 will mean the five-judge Constitution bench hearing the case will have a month to write the judgment and pronounce it before November 17, the retirement day of CJI Gogoi.

The bench also termed a 1991 report by historians R.S. Sharma, M. Athar Ali, D.N. Jha and Suraj Bhan cited by the Muslim parties to support their claim to the temple site "at highest an opinion", and said "evidentiary value cannot be attached to it".

Appearing for the Muslim parties, on the 26th day of the hearing, senior advocate Rajeev Dhavan cited the historians' report to argue that Babri Masjid was not the birthplace of Lord Ram. 

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