People have judged what happened during Babri demolition: Khursheed

People have judged what happened during Babri demolition: Khursheed

Salman Khursheed

"I don't think there was any remark against Muslim community (in the Liberhan Commission report). This (report) is something that we will discuss in Parliament and it will be unfair for me to say anything outside Parliament," he told reporters here.

He was responding to a query whether there were any remark against Muslim community in the report of Liberhan Commission, which probed the demolition of the 16th century structure in Ayodhya on December six, 1992. The Commission has indicted BJP and Sangh Parivar leaders for the demolition.

Khursheed said whatever had happened has already been judged by people "in a sense that there has been many elections and all the people who have been involved have all come before the public on various platforms and has received either acceptance or rejections".

Khurseed said there was nothing much left to analyse in connection with the 1992 incident.
He said Justice M S Liberhan has looked at whatever material was available to him and arrived at a judgement.

"This judgement is for anybody to accept or not. People will analyse it. People will hear the debate in Parliament and come to their own conclusions," he said.

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