Justice PB Sawant: Government should make mosque for Muslim society

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The Supreme Court on Saturday pronounced its historic verdict on the Ayodhya case.

The apex court, in its judgment, gave a decision on the Hindu side in the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi dispute and gave the disputed land to the temple and arranged five acres of land separately for the mosque. That is, where the Babri Masjid was, the path to the Ram temple has now been cleared.

In its judgment, the Supreme Court also considered the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992 as a crime. The matter is still going to court.

In the wake of the Supreme Court's decision on the Ayodhya case.
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How do you view the Supreme Court's decision on the Ayodhya case?

This decision should be viewed with the view that it will bring people of two religions closer. Along with this decision, the difficulties existing between these two parties have ended.

In this decision, the government has also been asked to give five acres of land to the Muslim community so that it can build a mosque in it. This land is almost twice that of the disputed land.

The government should also help the Muslim community to build a mosque. Even the government should make this mosque itself. Because the government was indirectly involved in the demolition of the mosque.

Those responsible for demolishing the mosque never tried to teach the government a lesson.

Therefore, both the government and Hindu society should work together to help build this mosque. This will help further the issue of secularism in our constitution.