After India’s Supreme Court decided to hand over the site of the 16th century Babri Mosque to Hindus to build a temple on Nov. 9, the spotlight has now shifted to a judicial trial on the 1992 demolition of the historic mosque.

After 27 years of derailed investigations, the trial has reached the concluding stages of hearing in a special court in Lucknow, capital of Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, lawyers associated with the case told Anadolu Agency.

After remaining consigned to legal riddles, the case got a fillip only in 2017, when under the apex court

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