Ms Bharti emphatically denied there was a conspiracy. "There was no conspiracy, everything was out in the open," she said, echoing her party colleague Vinay Katiyar when she stated, "I am ready to go to prison or be hanged for India and for the Ram Mandir.
She will visit Ayodhya, the 57-year-old saffron-robed minister said, to "say thank you and express gratitude to the temple movement." She emphasised that she has not spoken to Prime Minister Narendra Modi about today's developments, rejecting calls for her resignation.
Ms Bharti is a prominent leader of the movement to build a Ram temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya where the Babri Masjid stood. The Supreme Court is hearing the dispute on who the site belongs to.
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