Ayodhya: Why the findings of ASI were not sufficient to establish title to disputed site?

Ayodhya: Why the findings of ASI were not sufficient to establish title to disputed site?

Back in 2002, the Allahabad High Court tasked the Archeological Survey of India (ASI) to file a report on whether the Babri Masjid had been built on vacant land, or whether there existed a structure prior to the construction of the mosque at Ayodhya. The Hindu parties had claimed that the mosque had been built after Mughal emperor, Babur’s commander Mir Baqi demolished an ancient Hindu temple dating back to the reign of Vikramaditya. This claim was contested by the Muslim parties.

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