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By Our Special Correspondent
NEW DELHI. NOV. 29. The Communist Party of India (Marxist) remains dissatisfied with the counter-affidavit filed by the Mulayam Singh Yadav Government in the Babri Masjid demolition case. The party is of the opinion that the stand taken in the supplementary counter-affidavit does not " undo the compromising stand taken in the original counter affidavit, [and] obfuscates the issue".
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister had complained that the Left parties were hasty in judging him on the affidavit filed before the Supreme Court. A fortnight after Mr. Yadav filed the counter-affidavit, the CPI(M) remains convinced that the damage has not been rectified. The CPI(M) believes that rather than press the conspiracy charge, the State Government has chosen to remain neutral. "In the first affidavit, the Uttar Pradesh Government had denied that there was a conspiracy to demolish the mosque by any community or political party. In the supplementary affidavit, it has been left to the Supreme Court to decide whether the dropping of the conspiracy charge is justified or not.''
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