Liberhan Commission proceedings adjourned
New Delhi, May 10 :Proceedings before the Liberhan Commission probing the Ayodhya demolition case were today adjourned to June 1 and 2 after counsel for the Commission sought time to argue his case.
Since no other counsel present had any objection to the request, the Commission adjourned the proceedings and asked its counsel Anupam Gupta to present his arguments on June 1 and 2.
Counsel for the Government of India, the Uttar Pradesh government and BJP leaders Kalyan Singh and Lalji Tandon were present for the hearing today.
The Commission had closed arguments in the case on March 28.
The Centre had filed a delayed written submission on April 19, arguing that the BJP had conspired with other members of the Sangh Parivaar and the then UP government to bring down the Babri mosque on December 6, 1992.
The BJP had opposed this at the last hearing on May 1 saying the Centre's stand was politically motivated, legally untenable and ''factually far, far away from truth''.