Babri mosque demolition not pre-planned, rules Indian Supreme Court after evidence emerges of planned Supreme Court demolition | Pakistan Today

Babri mosque demolition not pre-planned, rules Indian Supreme Court after evidence emerges of planned Supreme Court demolition

LUCKNOW: All accused in the Babri Mosque Demolition case have been acquitted by the Indian Supreme Court after it could not find conclusive evidence that the 1992 demolition was pre-planned.

However, the more crucial deciding factor, in that case, was the surfacing of evidence of a planned demolition of the Supreme Court if there were any other verdict and if even one of the 32 accused were to be convicted.

According to NDTV, the Special judge SK Yadav said that the demolition wasn’t pre-planned, adding that the leaders accused – including BJP founder-members, LK Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi – tried to stop the demolition by “unlawful elements”.

Furthermore, Yadav also said that the court was made aware of meticulous plans of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) squads not just demolishing the Supreme Court but also lynching some administrative staff and at least three Justices of the apex judiciary, in case of another verdict, with another Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah doing nothing to stop the demolition and lynchings by “unlawful elements.”

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