Trust has been created to oversee the construction of the temple in place of Babri Masjid, Modi

Trust has been created to oversee the construction of the temple in place of Babri Masjid, Modi

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that trust has been set up to oversee the project to construct a temple in place of Babri Masjid.

According to foreign news agency AFP report, the issue that has been causing tension with Muslims for a long time now after Narendra Modi's statement to build trust with Babri Masjid to build a temple with Babri Masjid According to Hindu extremist thinking, reality has come to a close.

It should be remembered that 30 years ago Hindu extremists had demolished the centuries-old Babri Masjid at Ayodhya, after which tensions between Muslims and Hindus had risen and sectarian riots broke out in the country, resulting in over 2,000 people. More than 100 people were killed.

Decades later last year, the Indian Supreme Court ruled that a trust should be set up to oversee the construction of a temple, instead of a mosque, that would look after the arrangements and ask Muslims to give land for the construction of the mosque.

When Narendra Modi announced the formation of a trust in the Parliament, the slogan of 'Jay Ram' was slammed by the party members and clapped.

The Indian Prime Minister quoted his name after the construction of the temple and said, "Please cooperate with us to build Ram temple in Ayodhya".

It may be recalled that the Modi Hindu Nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party launched a campaign in 1992 aimed at the construction of the Ram Temple which was started before the martyrdom of the Babri Masjid.

Later, when Narendra Modi was elected chief minister of the Indian state of Gujarat in 2002, 59 Hindus were killed due to fire in a train coming from Ayodhya, after which more than a thousand people were brutally killed in riots. Of the Muslims.

This was not the first time Modi's statement in favour of the extremist Hindus, but analysts say that the construction of the temple in place of the Babri Masjid is part of Modi's broader plan to make India a Hindu state, which he denies.

According to a report by India's Government News Agency Press Trust of India (PTI), the temple will be built on 67 acres of land while only 5 acres of land will be given to Muslims for the construction of a mosque on the outskirts of Ayodhya.

Indian Home Minister and BJP central president Amit Shah welcomed Modi's statement, saying that the long-awaited test of centuries of construction of the temple was over and people would finally be able to worship at Ram's birthplace.

Recall that the historic Babri Masjid case martyred in 1992 was decided by the Indian Supreme Court on November 9, 2019, to construct a Ram temple on the disputed land of the mosque and provide Muslims with separate land as a substitute for building a mosque.

The former Chief Justice of the Indian Supreme Court ruled that the temple would be set up on disputed land in Ayodhya while Muslims would be given 5 acres of land at Ayodhya at a prominent place for the construction of the mosque.

The 1,545-page judgment was passed by a five-member bench headed by then Indian Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi.

In the verdict, the Indian Supreme Court said that Ram Janma Bhoomi Nias, the owner of the controversial land of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, also ordered that a trust be set up in 3 months for the construction of the temple.

In the early part of the verdict, the Supreme Court rejected the claim of the Narmahi Akhada and Shi'ite Waqf Board at the site of the Babri Masjid.

Referring to the most important and important case of the Jai case for 27 years, the Indian Supreme Court said that archaeological review revealed that there were also structures under the Babri Masjid that did not belong to Islam.

The judgment added that there was satisfactory evidence that the Babri Masjid was not built on any vacant land.

After the verdict, revision petitions were filed by Muslim organizations and individuals in the Indian Court of Azmi, which was rejected by the Supreme Court on December 12.


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