The judgment in the 28-year-old case including the demolition of the Babri Masjid – an occasion that changed the nation’s political scene and social texture – will be conveyed on September 30. The CBI judge SK Yadav, who will convey the decision, has asked all the charged – including BJP veterans LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and pioneer Uma Bharti – to be present in court.
The three, key pioneers of the party at that point, are blamed for trick that prompted the destruction of the fifteenth Century mosque in December 1992. The kar sevaks who pulled it down accepted that it was on the site of an old sanctuary denoting the origin of the Lord Ram.
Mr Advani, 92, had recorded his argument in the mosque destruction case under the watchful eye of the CBI court through video meeting on July 24. Mr Joshi, 86, recorded his argument one day prior to Mr Advani. Both have denied all charges against them.
In July, Uma Bharti told NDTV “it doesn’t make a difference” to her what the judgment for the situation will be. “In the event that I am sent to the hangman’s tree, I will be honored. Where I was conceived will be cheerful,” she had told NDTV.