Babri Masjid Demolition Case: Five major points made by Judge in verdict
The verdict of the 28-year-old Babri demolition case has arrived today. On December 6, 1992, a special CBI court gave its verdict on what happened in Ayodhya on Wednesday.
Lucknow: The verdict of the 28-year-old Babri demolition case has arrived today. On December 6, 1992, a special CBI court gave its verdict on what happened in Ayodhya on Wednesday. All the 32 accused, including Murali Manohar Joshi, Lal Krishna Advani, Kalyan Singh, Vinay Katiyar and Uma Bharti, acquitted in the case following the Babri structure demolition in Ayodhya on 6 December 1992. The judgment said that chaotic elements dropped it.
Verdict on Babri Masjid Demolition :
Here we are going to tell you about the verdict pronounced by CBI special Court. The Babri demolition case verdict announced on September 30 in the special CBI court at 12.25 pm today. This 28-year-old historic verdict delivered in the special CBI court in the Old High Court building in the capital Lucknow.
Major points highlighted by the bench:
This historic verdict announced by the Justice Surendra Kumar Yadav in a special CBI court. In this case, 49 people including senior BJP leaders LK Advani, Murali Manohar Joshi and Uma Bharti listed.
1.Babri Masjid Demolition was not pre planned:
Judge SK Yadav, reading his judgment, said that the incident not pre-planned. The organization attempted to stop several times. Anti-social elements mounted on the dome. The judge said in his opening comment that the incident happened suddenly. The court has also admitted that no evidence found against the allegations made by the CBI.
2.Photos are not proofs:
Judge SK Yadav said that there is no evidence against World Council leader Ashok Singhal. The verdict states that the evidence given in photos, videos, photocopies does not prove anything from them.
3.Not enough evidence against accused:
Counsel for the defense said that the court accepted that merit was not present in the arguments made by the prosecution. The evidence presented by the prosecution was faulty and on that basis acquitted all the accused.
The court admitted that it was not right to consider the devotees as Kar Sevaks. The biggest thing is that no direct connection could established between the people who broke the structure and the accused.
4.Speech audio is not clear:
CBI special court said that the audio presented against 42 accused are not clear. It does not confirm that they tried to provoke the gathering near Babri masjid.
5.Iqbal Ansari, son of Hashim Ansari, who was a party in the Ayodhya Janmabhoomi case, when the verdict in the Babri demolition case said, "We are law-abiding Muslims."
Well, if the court acquitted, it was okay, It took a long time, It was over, it happened, it is okay.