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Babri Masjid Demolition 31st Anniversary

The demolition of India’s famous “Babri Masjid” is a somber reminder of that day. This centuries-old mosque in Ayodhya was destroyed on this day, 31 years ago, by a group of Hindu fanatics in full view of Indian law enforcement.

This solemn occasion honors the destruction that happened three decades ago on this day in Ayodhya, a centuries-old mosque. An poignant reminder of communal tensions, the incident was carried out by a group of Hindu extremists in full view of Indian law enforcement.

Debates about religious harmony and cultural diversity have been sparked by the demolition of the Babri Masjid, which has had a long-lasting effect on the sociopolitical landscape. It is important to consider the value of maintaining unity and promoting understanding among diverse communities on this somber anniversary.

Explore the centuries-old mosque’s poignant story, tragically destroyed by Hindu fanatics in the presence of Indian law enforcement.

It is regrettable that India’s higher judiciary permitted the construction of a temple on the site of the destroyed mosque in addition to acquitting the perpetrators of this heinous act. The temple is scheduled to open in January 2024, a few months ahead of India’s upcoming general elections.

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The attacks on the Babri Masjid were the result of an ongoing anti-Muslim frenzy. A few weeks’ prior, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, an Indian state, made public the fact that the demolition of the babri masjid served as a model for reclaiming portions of Pakistan.

Sections of India’s ruling elite persist in inciting panic and animosity towards Muslims. Hindu patriot associations are at present requiring the change of various different mosques into sanctuaries, like the Shahi Eidgah Mosque in Mathura and the Gyanvapi Mosque in Varanasi.

Various mosques and hallowed places have proactively been obliterated, frequently because of legitimate activity or managerial declarations. Extremist mobs continue to target Muslim holy sites for attacks.

The increasing incidence of hate crimes, hate speech, and Islamophobia in India must be acknowledged by the international community.

Pakistan approaches the Indian government to safeguard minorities overall and Muslims specifically, as well as their places of love.

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