Advani, Murli and Uma Bharti get respite from special CBI court in Babri case

A special CBI court has given a relief to L.K. Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi from personal appearance during Babri Majid demolition case hearing, taking into account their age.

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Uma Bharti is also given exemption on the ground that her daily appearance is going to have a negative impact on her official work as a Union Minister.

It is worthwhile mentioning that daily hearings are on against Advani, Joshi and 12 others in Ayodhya in UP.

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Six other accused are also keen to get exemption from personal appearance but they have to wait for a bit in order to get court verdict.

Week back, the CBI court granted them bail but dismissed the discharge application.

The court ordered charges framing under 120 B of the Indian Penal Code.

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