After 50 years of legal logjam, there’s been a major breakthrough in the Ram Mandir case. The onus is now on all the stakeholders involved in the case, across political and religious spectrum to come up on a consensus on the need to come up with a consensus in case. 
 
But with elections looming in the state, will the parties sacrifice the obvious political benefit of keeping the case alive, in order to strive for a resolution of India’s most high-profile legal battle?