SC denies to extend the Security of former judge gave verdict on Babri Masjid verdict
The Supreme Court denied on Monday to extend the security of the former judge Surendra Kumar Yadav who gave verdict on Babri Demolition Masjid case and released all 32 accused including top BJP and Sangh parivaar leaders such as Lal Krishna Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and Uma Bharti. The BJP and Sangh Parivaar Leaders were accused of criminal conspiracy in Babri Masjid Case. Babri Masjid was demolished by the Kar Sevaks in 6 December, 1992.
On September 30,2020,The former judge Surendra Kumar had rejected all the evidence drawn by prosecution such as photos videos,all the speeches of accused and raised questions and referred that Pakistani intelligence agencies, anti- social elements and terrorists were involved in Babri Masjid Demlition case in December 6,1992.Surendra Kumar retired in 2019 at the age of 60.
Last year, A panel of judges had been ruled that 2.77 acres of land would be hand over to a trust to construct Ram Temple in Ayodhya. Although the court had also ruled that at another site five acres land would be give to build mosque in Ayodhya.
A panel of Justices R F Nariman, Navin Sinha and Krishna Murari refused to extend the security of the judge Surendra Kumar on Monday.