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10 Dec 2018, Edition - 1245, Monday

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Concern over failure to convict Babri Masjid culprits

Covai Post Network

TMMK secretary Covai Sayed expressed concern over the culprits who demolished Babri Masjid not being punishing the culprits even after 26 years. He told mediapersons in Coimbatore on Thursday that several of those culprits were now MLAs, MPs and even Ministers.

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