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Congress could have prevented Babri Masjid demolition: Digvijaya Singh

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 6 August 2019
Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has said the demolition of Babri Masjid could have been prevented, but it could not be done because of inaction of his party's government. He said although he didn't know the inside story, but he did later find out that the then prime minister P V Narasimha Rao was taken in by the sworn affidavits of the VHP in the Supreme Court, saying that they have not demolished the Masjid.
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