In pictures: Security on alert in India after Babri mosque verdict

SC hands over the historic site to Hindus for the construction of a temple

Reuters November 09, 2019
Policemen stand guard outside a temple before the Supreme Court's verdict on a disputed religious site claimed by both majority Hindus and Muslim in Ayodhya. PHOTO: Reuters

Police officers’ conduct a flag march on a street outside Jama Masjid, before Supreme Court's verdict on a disputed religious site claimed by both majority Hindus and Muslim in Ayodhya. PHOTO: Reuters Police officers conduct a flag march on a street outside Jama Masjid, before Supreme Court's verdict on a disputed religious site claimed by both majority Hindus and Muslims in Ayodhya. PHOTO: Reuters

Policemen stand guard outside a temple before the Supreme Court's verdict on a disputed religious site claimed by both majority Hindus and Muslim in Ayodhya. PHOTO: Reuters Policemen stand guard outside a temple before the Supreme Court's verdict on a disputed religious site claimed by both majority Hindus and Muslims in Ayodhya. PHOTO: Reuters

Police officers conduct a flag march in a street. PHOTO: Reuters Police officers conduct a flag march in a street. PHOTO: Reuters

A vendor arranges newspapers with headlines about Supreme Court's verdict on a disputed religious site. PHOTO: Reuters A vendor arranges newspapers with headlines about Supreme Court's verdict on a disputed religious site. PHOTO: Reuters

Policemen stand guard at a gate of Jama Masjid, before Supreme Court's verdict. PHOTO: Reuters Policemen stand guard at a gate of Jama Masjid, before Supreme Court's verdict. PHOTO: Reuters

Police officers conduct a flag march in a street outside Jama Masjid, before Supreme Court's verdict. PHOTO: Reuters Police officers conduct a flag march in a street outside Jama Masjid, before Supreme Court's verdict. PHOTO: Reuters

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A man reads a newspaper with a headline about Supreme Court's verdict. PHOTO: Reuters A man reads a newspaper with a headline about Supreme Court's verdict. PHOTO: Reuters

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