An Indian court has ruled in favor of Babri Masjid, which was martyred by Indian extremists in 1992, in a 28-year-old case in which BJP central leader LK Advani and other accused were acquitted.
The Indian court, using Parrot springs, wrote in its judgment that the mosque was not martyred under any plan, nor were the accused named in the case, including BJP leaders LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, and Oma Bharti. Evidence was provided against it. The court said that an intelligence report had already warned that extraordinary circumstances could occur on December 6, but no one listened to the report.
After the martyrdom of Babri Masjid on December 6, 1992, the Ayodhya administration had registered two cases. One case was registered against those who attacked the mosque and the other against the conspirators.
The trial, which lasted 28 years, initially named 48 people, of whom 16 died and proceeded against 32 accused. Who has now been acquitted by an Indian court?