Babri Masjid Demolition Case CBI Court Verdict; Reason Here How All 32 Accused Acquitted Including LK Advani, MM Joshi | The 4 things on which the CBI case was not able to be proved in court, the video also turned out to be tempered; 2300 pages decision referring to Pakistan » India News
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  • The verdict says that the IG of Uttar Pradesh had received an intelligence report that the Explosives made in Pakistan reached Ayodhya via Delhi.

The CBI Special Court finally gave its verdict in the case of demolition of Babri structure. After 28 years all the 32 accused were acquitted. That too for lack of evidence. When Bhaskar tried to scrutinize the 2300-page judgment, he found that the entire CBI case relied on video, photographs, media reports and witnesses. Through them, the CBI could not present such evidence in the court, which could prove the fact that leaders like LK Advani and Murali Manohar Joshi have a direct role in breaking the Babri structure.

The evidence included in the CBI charge sheet was based on these 4 things, which the court denied

  • Video: The videos that were introduced were edited. They were molested.
  • Photo: The photos which were presented did not clearly show that leaders like LK Advani and Murali Manohar Joshi were directly involved in the demolition. The CBI could not even provide his negatives to the court.
  • News featured in the media: The news related to the Babri incident came to the newspapers after being edited. The original and unedited copy of most of the news could not be submitted by the CBI.
  • Witness: The court found contradictions in the statements. It was not proved that the 32 accused conspired to demolish the structure or demolish the structure.

Those 2 lines, which became the basis for the acquittal of the accused

  • The court said that no such evidence was found which suggests that all the accused had planned to demolish the disputed structure by sitting in a room.
  • Incident after abetment and incident under criminal conspiracy, it cannot happen together.

Through the court’s decision, we understand these things in a sequential manner.

Video of Manmohan Singh’s interview also included
According to the verdict, the witnesses themselves confessed that whatever video cassettes were presented in the court were edited. The Chief Investigating Officer also admitted this. There were also videos in which there is no connection with the incident of 6 December 1992. 10 cassettes were introduced in the court.

In the judgment, page number 2126 states that apart from Ayodhya, other footage has also been inserted in a video cassette. Like – 1993 interview of Manmohan Singh has also been done. The witness himself is shocked by how this footage came in this video. This is to say that these cassettes are edited and cannot be trusted.

Could not get negative court of photos
The judge said that the accused had a presence in the disputed premises, but the photographs at the time do not indicate that they were the ones demolishing the disputed structure. Photographs that were presented as evidence were made from Enlarge negatively, but were not presented in negative court. Therefore these evidences cannot be considered.

Separate statements of witnesses
The judgment’s page number 2234 states that contradictions were found in the statements of those who were present on the spot, who were government employees and who were common people. Many witnesses in the court said many such things in their statements, which were told for the first time to the court and were not disclosed to the CBI earlier. Therefore, these were considered to be corrections of the witnesses. None of the witnesses explicitly stated that the accused were breaking the disputed structure. The statements that came out and the evidence presented indicate that there was no plan to demolish the Babri structure on 6 December 1992.

Pakistan mentioned in the judgment
The verdict says that the IG of Uttar Pradesh had received an intelligence report that exploitative Pakistan-made explosives reached Ayodhya via Delhi. One such report says that about 100 people have left from Udhampur in Jammu and Kashmir and are coming to Ayodhya under the guise of kar sevaks. Despite such important information, no investigation was conducted.

… so what happened on 6 December 1992?
The court said in its judgment that it is clear from the evidence that everything was normal in the disputed premises till about 12 noon on the day of the incident. Some people were offering a handful of sand and water from Saryu to Ram Ram platform for Karseva. When Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Ashok Singhal asked the kar sevaks to bring a fistful of sand and water from the Saryu river for symbolic car service, a group of karsevaks erupted and pelted stones from behind the disputed structure. Some broke barricades and climbed over disputed structures. Other kar sevaks were injured by stone pelting. After this the structure was broken.

Did not the kar sevaks break the structure?
The court has also written about this. The verdict states that there was a separate group of kar sevaks, who were certainly rowdy. Ashok Singhal was saying that the disputed structure is also a temple and has to be protected. While the miscreants were demolishing the structure, the idol of Ramlala installed in the sanctum sanctorum was somehow saved by a person named Satendra Das by holding it in his hand. In such a situation, this chaotic group of kar sevaks cannot be called Rambhaktas.

The court said that these chaotic kar sevaks demolished the disputed structure, affecting the communal fabric across the country. So how can these two groups of kar sevaks be considered part of one group? A group of kar sevaks were suddenly agitated and attacked, they can only be called chaotic elements.

This photo of LK Advani and Kalyan Singh is from 6 April 2006 in Ayodhya.  Both were acquitted by the court. — File photo

This photo of LK Advani and Kalyan Singh is from 6 April 2006 in Ayodhya. Both were acquitted by the court. — File photo

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