NEW DELHI: BJP candidate Pragya Thakur will be charged for saying she was “proud to be part of the Babri mosque demolition”. An election officer has ordered an FIR against her. Pragya Thakur, the BJP candidate for Madhya Pradesh capital Bhopal in the national election, had said in an interview to television channel TV9 over the weekend that she was among the people who demolished the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya on December 6, 1992, and she was “proud” of it. “We had removed a blot from the country. We had gone to demolish the structure. I climbed atop the structure and broke it, and I feel extremely proud that God gave me this opportunity. We will make sure that a Ram Temple is built at that site,” Pragya Thakur said. She was served notice for “creating mutual hatred or cause tension between different communities”, but unfazed, she said she “stands by” what she said.