10 key quotes from the Babri Case Judgment in which all the accused were made accused

10 major excerpts from the Babri Case Judgment in which all the accused were made accused

LK Advani was acquitted of conspiracy charges in the 1992 Babri Masjid demolition.

Thirty-two people, including top BJP leaders LK Advani, Murali Manohar Joshi and Uma Bharti, have been acquitted of conspiracy charges in a landmark judgment in the Babri Masjid demolition case today. A special judge, whose tenure was extended for the verdict, cited the background of the case and the reasons why he was acquitted in the 2,300-page-long verdict. A series of Rath Yatra by LK Advani preceded the demolition of the mosque in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh on 6 December 1992. It was a campaign by Shri Advani for the Ram temple in Ayodhya that brought the BJP into national headlines. Mr. Advani, Mr. Joshi, Uma Bharti and Kalyan Singh, who were among the 32 surviving accused, were allegedly present near the mosque when it was demolished.

The 10 major excerpts of the court’s decision are as follows:

  1. “The charge sheet has no evidence on the basis of which it can be established that the named accused incited or was part of any riots.”

  2. “It has also been established that at 6 o’clock on December 6, 1992, everything was normal and when Ashok Singhal again announced how Tax service Will proceed Tax worker Stirred and stones began to pelt and some broke barricades and climbed over disputed structures. Ashok Singhal then asked the group who was part of it Tax worker To return, but everyone started attacking him. “

  3. “Evidence also shows that RSS and VHP volunteers were taking care of the system and making announcements regularly. Women, elderly, media and parking were being arranged by them. This points to the fact That there was no plan named. Accused of demolishing the disputed structure on 6 December 1992. “

  4. “The group that created a ruckus was from a class Tax worker, But they were definitely goons because if they were genuine believers of Lord Rama, they would have noticed Ashok Singhal’s statement that the disputed structure is also a temple and you have to protect it. “

  5. “As far as the prosecution witnesses have described the slogans raised by the accused and have pointed to some accused saying that they raised the slogan – One more Babri Masjid Let’s tod (One more emphasis to demolish the Babri Masjid) – The charge sheet shows that there were millions of people Tax worker In the complex and they were shouting slogans, no record or matching voice sample was presented in this regard, on the question of the accused accused raising these slogans. ”

  6. “There is no evidence in the charge sheet to prove that the accused named got into common cause with anti-social tax servants to bring down the disputed structure. The leaders seated the dais and those sitting near Ram. chabutara – Ashok Singhal, Vijaya Raje Scindia – There was no doubt that a section of it Tax worker Will get excited and climb the disputed structure. “

  7. “The accused person who gave the speech on 6 December 1992, the prosecution has not proved it with evidence. The video cassettes which have been introduced have been admitted by their respective witnesses themselves that they have been edited and manipulated.”

  8. “To prove the offense under Sections 153A and 153A of the IPC (Indian Penal Code), the prosecution will have to prove which specific speeches which the accused gave which caused enmity between the two groups and caused communal harmony. . ” The accused has given only a provocative speech, only on the basis of which the person cannot be convicted. “

  9. “The evidence involving accused LK Advani, Murali Manohar Joshi, Sadhvi Ritambhara, Uma Bharti, Vinay Katiyar and Acharya Dharmendra Dev make it clear that they were on the stage at the time of the incident. The evidence has been examined in detail. The accused.”

  10. “On the question of slogans raised by the accused, the recording of slogans raised by a specific accused was not associated with the voice sample of that specific accused and produced in court, which is a strong evidence about which the accused said Which specific slogans are hurting religious sentiments. “


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