The Supreme Court-constituted three-member panel on Wednesday held its first meeting in a bid to resolve the Babri Masjid-Ramjanmbhoomi title suit dispute.
The panel is headed by former Supreme Court judge Justice F.M.I. Kalifulla, with Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and senior advocate Shriram Panchu as members.
Heavy restriction have been imposed on the road leading to the Guest House on the Awadh University campus where the proceedings are taking place.
Referring the dispute, the apex court court on March 8 said that "utmost confidentiality" should be maintained to ensure success of the process and that it should be completed within eight weeks.
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