This move has brought sharp political reactions. The Left parties said that evidence is in the public domain for all to see and hence the truth should come out.
“It has been 25 years since the demolition of Babri Masjid so now the truth should come out as per evidence available with the investigating agencies.” While the Congress was more circumspect in its response by just saying that as a policy, the Congress does not comment on judicial proceedings, said CPI Rajya Sabha MP D. Raja, speaking to a leading newspaper.
While legal experts feel that once a detailed order comes, then only finality in the case will come. Senior advocate K.T.S. Tulsi said “We will first have to see whether the high court order on discharge is set aside or not. All this will be clear once the final order of the Supreme Court comes.” He also added that if the high court order is set aside, then based on evidence, a case will go on against those named in the FIR.
Senior advocate Sanjay Hegde said, ” The HC order giving relief to Mr Advani and others is likely to be set aside and a fresh case will start.”
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