अयोध्या राम मंदिर / बाबरी मस्जिद के ऐतिहासिक फैसला का इंतज़ार
This video is about the much debated Babri Masjid-Ayodhya Ram mandir issue that has been going for several years. We have got insights from real people of the country that are just like the rest of us waiting for the Supreme Court to give out a final verdict.
In Ayodhya, we spoke to Ram Singh, a local who strongly believes in the justice system of the country and will accept whatever the decision will be. He also like many other people we speak to emphasises that caste- based issue should not be held over issues that more relevant and important, such as unemployment and electricity. Another local from Ayodhya, Mohd. Azam makes an important point by saying that “the verdict should be such that it does not entice the communities to revolt and create communal violence.” Anup Kumar, a student from Banda thinks that the issue is purely politically motivated and the issue only comes up during elections.
Ashutosh Nigam, an advocate from Banda believes in the justice system and also states that the “decision should be only taken based on documentary proof and not on assumptions, he also mentions that thy should take property laws into consideration while making their decision.” According to Mohd. Fahim Khan, another lawyer from Banda, the people of India believe in the justice system and everyone will abide by it.
A contrasting view was presented by some people in Mahoba, Anil Kumar and Tajendar Patkar who believe that it’s the land of Ram and Ram temple should be constructed. Tajendra continues to even say that “It’s the birthplace of lord Ram and there was never a mosque present and Babar was a crude ruler who came from a foreign land whose mosque doesn’t belong here.”
Others like Ruby Jainab, a local of Banda believes that we need to see who is this beneficial for and instead of fighting over the land, an orphanage could be constructed which would benefit both the religions much more. According to Ankit Misra, it’s an argument between two religions primarily about their beliefs, both would trust that their religion is on a higher pedestal and thus this shouldn’t be seen as an issue at all.
Youth of Banda, like Rajendra Chandrel sees this as a political issue for the coming election of 2022 and believes that the government needs to strongly focus on issues like unemployment since dragging the issue of Ram Mandir will not provide him with employment.
In Ruby Jainab’s words,
“Hindu se nafrat karo, yeh Quran nahi kehta
Musalman ki masjid todho, yeh shri ram nahi kehta
Roti ka koi Mazhab nahi hoti, pani ka koi Dharm nahi hota
Koi kehta hai muslim khatre mein hai, koi kehta hai hindu khatre mein hai
In netai ke khatam, pura hindustan khatre mien hai”
Written By- Malika Bhargava