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Judicial verdict will be required in Ayodhya case: CPI(M)'s Brinda Karat

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

CPI(M) member on Friday said a judicial verdict would be required in the Ayodhya case since one of the mediators has already shown his bias, hours after the referred the decades-old case for

"The has referred the Ayodhya case for to a three-member committee to be monitored by the court. So far all such efforts for a resolution have failed. The court has set a time framework. Normally mediators are expected to come to a case with an objective and impartial view.

"In this instance one of the mediators, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, has repeatedly expressed his view favouring one side. In such a situation it is likely that finally a judicial verdict will be required," she said.

Earlier in the day, the apex court referred the decades-old politically-sensitive Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case for by a panel headed by former top court F M I Kalifulla for exploring the possibility of an amicable settlement.

The other members of the panel will be spiritual guru Sri Sri and Sriram Panchu, a five-Constitution Bench headed by said in its order.

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First Published: Fri, March 08 2019. 20:15 IST