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RSS bomb theory for Babri Masjid razing has no takers, ridiculed
By M. J. Akhter, Lucknow

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief KS Sudarshan's 8 December statement in Thiruananthapuram, Kerala that ancient structure of Ayodhya's Babri Masjid came down on 6 December 1992 because of explosives placed inside the masjid had simply no takers. No RSS supremo, in fact, had ever been ridiculed in such a manner as Mr Sudarshan was subjected to for his this statement. 

Not only Prof. Rajinder Singh, his predecessor in the RSS discounted the theory and PM Atal Behari Vajpayee, the country's proclaimed first swayamsevak refused to comment on Sudarshan's statement, even small time leaders are ridiculing the stand of the RSS chief. Nationalist Congress Party leader and former Defence Minister Sharad Pawar demanded his prosecution for keeping such vital information secret so far.

Noteworthy is the stand taken by the Mr Justice Manmohan Singh Liberhan who is probing the sequence of events leading to the demolition of the over 456-year-old Babri mosque. Taking immediate notice of it, the Commission issued summons to RSS chief Sudarshan to appear before it as a witness in the wake of his recent statement that a bomb brought down the building on 6 December 1992 in Ayohdya. The RSS chief's version was certainly with an intention and it may be one to shift the heat from the Vajpayee Government which was facing bricks for the ‘untimely and unwarranted’ statement on Ayodhya issue, virtually endorsing the VHP's stand Mandir Wahin banayaenge (would built mandir at the same disputed place).

Any result or no result, the summoning of Sudarshan by the judicial commission was a welcome step as this would help in checking the long mouth politician to keep in balance. 

Meanwhile, the rebuttal of the RSS chief's statement by none other than Devendra Bahadur Roy, the senior superintendent of police of Faizabad district when Babri Masjid was razed, had some meaning. Roy, after playing his crucial role of playing mute spectator in the demolition of the Babri Masjid joined the BJP and twice represented Sultanpur seat, a constituency neighbouring Ayohdya, in the Lok Sabha. He is one of several people evading trial in the CBI court. 

In Lucknow and Delhi, he told mediapersons that Sudarshan's theory of bomb blast inside the Babri mosque is ‘totally irrelevant and without any basis’. He told The Milli Gazette that ‘the issue is being raised only to protect the charge-sheeted BJP ministers and leaders and influence the trial of the case. Even the CBI, which probed into the matter is of the opinion that no explosive was used in the demolition.

Claiming that he had regard for Mr Sudarshan, the ex-IPS officer said the RSS chief’s statement was ‘politically motivated to serve the personal interest of some leaders’. He was bitter against the ruling BJP for forgetting Ram temple issue and said ‘now the BJP is interested only in remaining in power due to which it has forgotten the promises made to the people regarding the construction of the temple...’ He expressed happiness that ‘the BJP leaders are now admitting that there was no other issue left for the party to regain its lost popularity.’
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