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September Babri Masjid ruling awaited with trepidation; Both sides expect victory

The Uttar Pradesh High Court is due to rule on 24 September on who owns the Babri site where a mosque was destroyed in 1992 by Hindu activists claiming the site was the birthplace of Hindu god Ram, which sparked sectarian violence causing 2,000 deaths, reported the AFP. As both sides expect a favourable judgment, there are fears that violence could again erupt.

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