Owaisi said on the 28th anniversary of the Babri demolition – never forget this injustice

Owaisi tweeted on the 28th anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition- (Photo-news18 English via PTI)

Asaduddin Owaisi wrote that on this date in 1992, our mosque was demolished in front of the world. People responsible for this do not pay even a single day. No permission has been given to hold the program in Ayodhya on 6 December.

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  • Last Updated:December 6, 2020, 4:06 PM IST

new Delhi. It has been 28 years since the Babri demolition. On this occasion, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has remembered that day. At the same time, he has demanded to tell and teach about this mosque to the generations to come about this mosque. The special thing is that on the years-old case, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the temple. Apart from this, strong security arrangements have been made in Ayodhya on 6 December. On Sunday, people of any community have not been allowed to organize the program.

Owaisi wrote, ‘Remember to tell and teach the next generation that for more than 400 years our Babri Masjid stood in Ayodhya. Our elders have recited namaz in its hall, broke their fast in its grounds and were buried in a nearby cemetery when they were set up. ‘ In another tweet, Owaisi wrote, ‘Our Babri Masjid was desecrated and annexed for 42 years on the night of December 22-23 in 1949.’

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He wrote, ‘On this date in 1992, our mosque was demolished in front of the world. People responsible for this do not pay even a single day. The special thing is that in both tweets, Owaisi has finally written, ‘Don’t forget this injustice.’ A post from the official Twitter handle of AIMIM also said that ‘our fight was not about land but legal rights, we don’t need anything in begging. Give us whatever we have right.

Opposition was also expressed on Ayodhya decision

The Supreme Court had ruled in the temple favor over the disputed land located in Ayodhya. The court ordered five acres of land for the mosque. Even during that time Owaisi reacted strongly to this. He had said, ‘I speak on behalf of my party, we do not want this bailout. Our fight was for the legal rights of Babri Masjid. Our fight was not for this piece of land.

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