In Absence of Evidence Any Wall or Structure Can’t Be Said to be Mosque, Rules Supreme Court

In the absence of dedication or proof of the user, a dilapidated wall or platform cannot be granted the status of a religious place for the purpose of offering prayers, the Supreme Court ruled on Friday. A bench of Justice Hemant Gupta and Justice V Ramasubramaniam dismissed the Waqf Board of Rajasthan’s petition challenging the

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