Respect SC in Babri issue, stay away from rumours

Everyone should respect the Supreme Court regarding Ayodhya’s Babri Masjid case, a section of Muslim allege that the issue was “being used for politics” and cautioned people to stay away from rumours and be on guard against attempts to divide Hindus and Muslims.

The Babri Masjid issue flares up during elections every time, indicating that it is simply being used for politics. It is necessary to leave it for the Supreme Court to decide. India is experiencing the 26th anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition.

India is a secular country and every citizen has full faith in the law. We must forget the past as fighting over the same thing will have a negative impact on the coming generations. We also should not believe in rumours. It is high time to learn from the past mistakes as the consequences are only faced by the commoners. Some people are trying to divide Hindus and Muslims, so everyone should use their brain.

All those people, be they Muslims or Hindus, who are actually fighting over the place, are the ones who hardly visit a mosque or a temple. Recalling December 6, 1992, the day the mosque was demolished, India needs to remember how riots broke out in Bengal after the demolition, but what is the point fighting over a mosque or a temple when people of all religions are the same.”

Yet another claim that Ayodhya also belongs to Buddhists. As there was a Pagoda on this place and even this case is going on in the Supreme Court. So Buddhists also believe this place should be divided between people of all religion.

India strongly criticises the way Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and yoga guru Ramdev spoke on this issue. India wants that the decision of the Supreme Court must be respected. Like West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, all other chief ministers should follow her and maintaining secularism in their respective state. Chief Ministers from all states must learn from Mamata Banerjee as she maintains harmony in the state so well.

For maintaining the true spirit of secularism, India would like to see her as the next Prime Minister of India.