6 Dec 2022

30 Years After Babri Masjid Demolition, How Ayodhya Is Moving Ahead On Path Of Development Forgetting Bitterness

Ayodhya: It has been almost three decades since the demolition of the Babri Masjid in Ayodhya. After three decades, people in Ayodhya, the holy pilgrimage city and the birthplace of Lord Shri Ram, are moving forward forgetting the bitterness. Development works are going on fast. Where earlier there used to be fear and doubt, today there is a pleasant atmosphere. On Tuesday, the 30th anniversary of the demolition of the structure, everything seems to be normal.

Police deployment not seen

On the anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition, the heavy police force is no longer visible in Ayodhya. However, the district administration has made security arrangements on the Babri demolition anniversary as a precautionary measure. The change in the atmosphere of Ayodhya is that neither Vishwa Hindu Parishad is celebrating Shaurya Diwas on December 6 nor the Muslim side is celebrating it as Black Day this time.

Focus on developing temple and mosque

With the decision of the Supreme Court in 2019, the Ram Janmabhoomi dispute has come to an end. People of both the communities are seen moving forward for a peaceful environment. No events were held on Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the mosque demolition. 

Situation in Ayodhya is peaceful

Ayodhya's Senior Superintendent of Police Muniraj ji says that the situation in Ayodhya is peaceful and we have made regular arrangements. It seems that both the parties are more concerned about developing their respective new structures i.e. temple and mosque on the land provided to them by the Court's judgment.

Devotees can offer prayers in new temple from Jan 2024

On the other hand, Champat Rai, secretary of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teerth Kshetra, has already said that devotees will be able to offer prayers in the new temple from January 2024. Rai is entrusted with the task of building a huge Ram temple. 

Ayodhya mosque will be ready soon

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had laid the foundation stone for the construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya in August 2020. Since then the work of temple construction is being done at a fast pace. On the other hand, Athar Hussain, secretary of the Indo-Islamic Cultural Foundation Trust, says that the Ayodhya mosque will be ready soon. Athar Hussain is handling the work of building a new mosque on five acres of land provided by the order of the apex court.

Shaurya Diwas completely canceled

According to VHP spokesperson Sharad Sharma, the way for the construction of Ram temple was paved after the decision of the Supreme Court. After this, the various programmes to be organized on 6th December gradually calmed down. 

He said that as far as the Shaurya Diwas to be celebrated on December 6 is concerned, it has been completely cancelled. He says the main resolution is over and after that we want a peaceful environment. Therefore, it was unanimously decided that no such event should be held which could lead to tension 

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