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Will decide where & whether or not to take 5 acre land: Sunni Waqf Board

IndiaTimes Sunday, 10 November 2019 ()
The board's chairperson, Zufar Faruqi, told TOI that the Board in its general body meeting will also be deciding where it will take the land if it has to. "The Board will take a decision on both the points in its meeting to be held soon," said Faruqi when asked if there has been any decision by the UP Sunni Central Waqf Board on will alternate land be taken and where will be taken?
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UNANIMOUS AYODHYA VERDICT BY THE 5 JUDGE SUPREME COURT BENCH, DISPUTED 2.77-ACRE LAND GIVEN TO THE HINDU PARTIES, A TRUST TO BE FORMED BY THE CENTRE WITHIN THREE MONTHS TO MONITOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A RAM TEMPLE, THE SUNNI WAQF BOARD WILL BE GIVEN 5 ACRES OF ALTERNATE LAND

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