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Key commentaries against the Babri judgement

This is a placeholder post. I’m noting a few commentaries that had more sense than most others.

Appeasing A Bully: The Ayodhya Verdict – Justice Markandey Katju

Ayodhya verdict: Ex-SC judge Asok Ganguly raises questions about evidence that land belonged to Ram Lalla

Babri Masjid Verdict: My House Demolished, I Go To Court, Court Awards The Land To The Demolisher, Is This Justice? in India — by Binu Mathew

Twitterati question the Supreme Court’s reasoning behind Ayodhya verdict

Ayodhya judgment is a setback to evidence law

Ayodhya verdict | Can court ask a secular State to construct a temple?

Justice A.K. Ganguly: ‘If Babri Masjid Was Still Standing, Would SC Have Had it Demolished?’

Peace bought by an unequal compromise

India’s journey to illiberal democracy

There are those who claim this judgement is valid. I don’t have time to read such rubbish, but am making note of one or two such claims:

The majesty of justice: The Ayodhya verdict lives up to both legal and moral scrutiny



Sanjeev Sabhlok

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