NEW DELHI, India / ANKARA, Turkey 

The historical site of early 16th-century Babri Mosque be handed over to Hindus for the construction of a temple, India’s top court ruled on Saturday in a historic judgment.  

The Indian Supreme Court also said that a “suitable plot” of land measuring 5 acres would be allotted to Muslims, either by central or provincial government, to construct a mosque.

In the judgement, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi directed the Indian government to formulate a scheme envisaging setting up of trust within three months to build the temple.

“Possession of inner and outer courtyards [of Babri

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