India, the largest democracy in the entire world and a secular country consisting of Majority Hindus with the largest population of Muslims for a non-Muslim majority country. Sure, there are some conflicts, but their roots go way back.
Babri Masjid, which was built in 16th century is still a very sensitive topic all around the nation. It can literally make or brake governments. The Mughal commander who built the mosque had destroyed pre-existing Ram Temple at Ramkot in Ayodhya. The archaeological survey of India has evidence for this.
On 6th December 1992 a political rally turned into a riot and “Kar Sevaks” demolished the Babri Masjid. It incited nationwide violence. Thousands of people were killed. The after-effects were seen in Pakistan and Bangladesh as well.
Even after court’s verdict to split the land in 3 equal parts, no developments are seen on the disputed site. The issue is still being exploited to play with the sentiments of Hindus and for political gain.
Today #ShauryaDiwas was trending. Some feel it was right. Some wrong.
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