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The three-judge Bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra today refused to revisit its 1994 ruling that the government can acquire land that a mosque is built on.

In the Ismail Farooqui judgement, the court had ruled then that namaz or prayers can be offered anywhere and a mosque is not essential. The ruling will not be referred to a larger bench,

In 1994, the Supreme Court said that namaz could be offered anywhere and that a mosque was not necessary for this.

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The three-judge Bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra today refused to revisit its 1994 ruling that the government can acquire land that a mosque is built on. In the Ismail Farooqui judgement, the court had ruled then that namaz…