The Ayodhya judgement has set a disastrous precedent for a secular democracy

Image Credit — Rudra Pratap Sinha (Jim Carter)

Ok, let’s begin. I have two major arguments against the judgement

a) We spent an extensive amount of time to understand what was underneath an existing mosque but have turned a blind eye towards the obvious.

b) Secondly, the judgement openly condemns the demolition of the structure in 1992 but rewards the miscreants. This is flawed logic.

Superiority lies in doing good for others rather than blowing one’s own trumpet.

A lie told a million times over eventually becomes a truth — To the commoner. But dig deeper and look closer — it still is a lie.

It didn’t matter then, it doesn’t matter now.

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