Parliament discussion on Liberhan report postponed

New Delhi, November 30: The discussion in parliament on the Liberhan Commission report, slated for Tuesday, has been postponed.

Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) leader Basudeb Acharya told that the discussion on the Liberhan panel report was postponed because the Hindi translation was “not made available”.

“It is an utter failure on the part of the government,” Acharya said.

The leaders of the political parties have been informed, he said.

The Liberhan Commission report was tabled in parliament last Tuesday. The Hindi translation was not tabled as it was not ready.

The commission probed the Dec 6, 1992, razing of the 16th century Babri Masjid by Hindu right wing groups, which triggered communal riots across the country.

The report has indicted many BJP leaders.