A five-Judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court will hear as many as 18 review petitions filed in relation to the Ayodhya dispute tomorrow..Justice Sanjiv Khanna is the new entrant on the Bench after the retirement of former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, who had headed the Bench earlier. The Constitution Bench hearing the review petitions against the November 9 Ayodhya verdict will now comprise Chief Justice of India SA Bobde and Justices DY Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan, S Abdul Nazeer, and Sanjiv Khanna..These 18 petitions will be heard in chambers by the Bench tomorrow at 1:40 PM. The Bench is likely to consider the question of whether or not the petitions should be heard in open court. Nearly all the review petitions filed in the matter have prayed for an open court hearing..Of these eighteen review petitions, nine are filed by those who were parties in the original matter. The other nine are filed by third parties..These review petitions challenge different aspects of the judgment delivered on November 9, by which the Apex Court had ruled in favour of the Hindu parties and had decreed the disputed site in favour of the Hindus. It had also directed the government to award a different site measuring five acres to the Muslim parties for the construction of a Mosque..The Court had ruled that the Muslims had failed to prove uninterrupted possession of the disputed site and on the basis of balance of probabilities, ruled in favour of the Hindu parties. The Court had also acknowledged that the act of razing down the Babri Masjid was illegal..While some Muslim parties have challenged the finding of the Court that ruled in favour of awarding the site to the Hindus, some Hindu parties have assailed the direction for awarding an alternate site to the Muslims. In fact, one petition seeks a review of the judgment on the point where the Supreme Court has condemned the Babri Masjid demolition on the grounds that these observations may adversely impact the trial going on in the case.