Home Minister P. Chidambaram on Thursday said charge sheets against those connected with the demolition of the disputed structure at Ayodhya on December 6, 1992, would be re-visited and the sources of huge funds for the movement that led to the incident probed.
“We will have to examine whether charge sheets are complete, whether to re-visit them,” he said in the Rajya Sabha replying to a two-day debate on the findings of the Liberhan Commission on the demolition of the Babri Masjid, 17 years ago.
Noting that there were three cases pending before the court, Mr. Chidambaram said in case the charge sheets were inadequate in terms of persons named, they would be revisited.
Marked by frequent interruptions by BJP members, he said the government would also examine the source of large money received for the “conspiracy” which led to the demolition of the disputed structure.
“We would have to examine what action, if any, should be taken, can be taken against people who collected money, transferred money... whose money was it and was it accounted for,” he said.
The Home Minister said CBI has collected a lot of evidence in these cases, which have a chequered history.