New Delhi, Nov 6: The BJP today accused 'some members' of the National Human Rights Commission of having a 'seemingly biased attitude' towards Gujarat with regard to post-Godhra incidents under the UPA regime and said the issue was pending before a Commission of Inquiry and several courts of the country.
BJP spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad, when asked about NHRC's recommendation for a CBI probe to ascertain the authenticity of the Tehelka sting operations, said 'some members' of the NHRC seemed to be biased and it was all very well known.
The issue was pending before several courts including the Supreme Court and the truth will come out.
He said the objectivity of the Tehelka stings was always under cloud. It had done no major sting operations against the Congress party in the past, while no stone was left unturned to embarrass the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led NDA government in the past.
Mr Prasad said the sting operations, released ahead of the Gujarat elections, were intended to divert Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to make the polls a development centric elections.