"No proof of existence of mosque:" Supreme Court dismisses Rajasthan Waqf Board's plea against mining permit

The Supreme Court held that in the absence of any proof of dedication or user, a dilapidated wall or a platform cannot be conferred a status of a religious place for the purpose of offering prayers or Namaaz.
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Supreme Court

The Supreme Court recently held that in the absence of any proof of dedication or user, a dilapidated wall or a platform cannot be conferred a status of a religious place for the purpose of offering prayers or Namaaz [Waqf Board Rajasthan vs Jindal Saw Limited].

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