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The Supreme Court has deferred the hearing in the case to February 8, 2018, after the petitioners asked for reasonable time to get all the relevant documents ready.

The apex court said that this would be the last opportunity for the petitioners to get papers ready and no delays would be allowed after this.

During the hearing, the SC rejected Sunni Waqf Board's plea to hear the Ayodhya dispute case after 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Waqf Board, Babri Action Committee said it may boycott proceedings if hearing begins today. The board wanted the case to be heard by a five-judge or seven-judge Constitution bench.

The Supreme Court has commenced the final hearing in the politically controversial



Babri Masjid-Ram temple dispute case. Kapil Sibal is representing Sunni Waqf Board and Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Tushar Mehta is representing the State of Uttar Pradesh.

Senior advocate Kapil Sibal is reading out on the details of exhibits filed by the contesting defendants before the Allahabad High Court. Sibal told the three-judge bench of the Supreme Court that all these exhibits are not filed before this court. He submitted that all the pleadings are not complete.

Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Tushar Mehta, representing the State of Uttar Pradesh, rebutted all the averments of Kapil Sibal. Mehta told SC that all the related documents and requisite translation copies are on record.

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