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Babri Masjid case: Lalu accuses PM Narendra Modi of 'crafting' LK Advani trial, Vinay Katiyar says 'may be his claim has truth'

"It is well known that the CBI does what the government desires," the RJD chief claimed.


Babri Masjid case: Lalu accuses PM Narendra Modi of 'crafting' LK Advani trial, Vinay Katiyar says 'may be his claim has truth'

New Delhi: BJP leader Vinay Katiyar has come out in support of RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav after latter alleged that the Supreme Court order allowing trial of top BJP leaders in the Babri Masjid case was a "well-thought-out politics" of the PM Narendra Modi to remove BJP veteran LK Advani's name from the Presidential race.

"Maybe his statement has truth to it, don't know," Vinay Katiyar said on Lalu Yadav's remark 'Modi's conspiracy to remove Advani from Presidential race.

"The CBI is under the influence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It stood in the Supreme Court and sought permission to run trial against Advani and others in the Babri Masjid demolition case," Lalu had alleged.

Since Advani's name was in circulation as a probable for the post of President, Modi through well-thought-out politics struck out his (Advani's) name," he alleged.

"It is well known that the CBI does what the government desires," the RJD chief claimed.

Lalu was reacting to the apex court order allowing the CBI plea and restoring criminal conspiracy charges against Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and Uma Bharti.

"The BJP makes no difference between itself and others while playing dangerous politics against anyone considered opposed to Modi," he claimed.

Speaking to reporters, Prasad also demanded a probe into "why BJP veteran A B Vajpayee had become physically incapacitated?" 

The RJD chief also sought to turn the tables on the BJP, claiming if Union Minister Rajnath Singh and other NDA leaders did not attend Monday's programme in Patna to honour freedom fighters due to the presence of 'convict' Lalu Prasad, "then how could they make Kalyan Singh a Governor?" 

The apex court in its order had noted that Rajasthan Governor Kalyan Singh enjoys Constitutional immunity and can be tried only after he ceases to hold the office.

Singh was the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh in 1992.

"On one hand, they garland Gandhiji's statue, on the other they salute his killer Nathuram Godse," he claimed.

From Zee News

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