Reportedly supreme court is scheduled to pronounce the verdict in the 20 year old ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case on saturday, november 9. Accordingly a five judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, is expected to deliver its verdict on a dispute over the ownership of 2.77 acre of land in at 10.30 am on Saturday. Meanwhile the apex court had reserved judgment in the case on october 16 after concluding a marathon hearing that lasted 40 days.
Furthermore anti-terror squads, special police and paramilitary personnel, including Rapid Action Force (RAF) and drones, would be deployed in ayodhya to monitor the crowd in real time. Perhaps the Centre has also given order to deploy 40 companies around 4,000 personnel of Central Armed police Force (CAPF) or paramilitary force in ayodhya that includes 16 companies of Central Reserve police Force (CRPF), around six companies each of Indo-Tibetan Border police (ITBP), Central Industrial Security (CISF), Sashastra seema Bal (SSB) and RAF.
Moreover a total of 13 CRPF companies have already been sent to ayodhya and others would be sent in two to three days. Apparently all schools, colleges, educational institutions and training centres to remain closed from 9th november to 11th november in Uttar Pradesh. Perhaps three judges from the five member ayodhya bench Chief Justice Gogoi, Chief Justice-designate S A Bobde and Justice ashok Bhushan attended the meeting with the Chief Secretary Rajendra Kumar Tiwari and the DGP. Sources said the judges asked the state officials if they needed any assistance in the form of an order to strengthen the law and order situation.