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Cong wants Uma's ouster, BJP says law will take its own course in Babri

ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

As the Party on Thursday mounted pressure on the to sack Union Minister post the Supreme Court's direction on Babri Masjid demolition case, the (BJP) said the will take its own course.

Union Minister for and on Thursday said that Babri Masjid case is not new and the will take its own course.

He, however, added that the has full faith in the veterans including Lal Krishna Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, who will face criminal conspiracy charges in this case.

Meanwhile, leader Pramod Tiwari termed the as a double-faced party and demanded the immediate resignation of

"The is a double faced party which says something and does something," said Tiwari.

Commenting on Bharti's assertion that she can go to go to jail for Lord Ram, Tiwari first asked Uma to resign from the Union Cabinet in the name of Ram.

"It is a fact that a central agency like can't investigate a union minister transparently. Keeping this in mind, should first resign from union cabinet in the name of Ram," demanded Tiwari.

He said she should show some morality and resign immediately from the Cabinet.

The Supreme on Wednesday allowed to reinitiate criminal conspiracy charge against veterans Advani, Joshi and Bharti, Rajya Sabha MP Vinay Katiyar and Rajasthan Governor Kalyan Singh besides others.

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