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On 09/11/2019, Sukla Sen <> wrote:
> [The "disputed land", on which the Babri Masjid had stood, since 1528, till
> demolition on December 6 1992, has been allocated, to the body floated by
> the VHP, for the construction of a Ram Mandir.
> The Sunni Waqf Board, the custodian of the Babri Masjid, is to be provided
> a piece 5 acre land elsewhere, as a compensation.
> The traditional Hindu entity has just been brushed aside.
> The Allahabad High Court, it may be recalled, had divided the land equally
> into three pieces, to be allocated to the above three litigants.
> 《A five-judge Constitution bench of the Supreme Court today (Saturday)
> allotted the disputed Ayodhya land to the Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas. The apex
> court ordered allotment of an alternative piece of five acres of land to
> the Muslims for a mosque. The Bench, headed by Chief Justice of India
> Ranjan Gogoi, said the Hindu litigants were able to establish their case
> that they were in possession of the outer courtyard. It added that the
> Muslim side was unable to prove their exclusive possession of the inner
> courtyard. The apex court has directed the Centre to frame a scheme under
> which it will constitute a body within three months to hand over the inner
> and outer courtyard to the Ramjanmabhoomi Trust. It said the Sunni Wakf
> Board would be granted five acres of land in a 'suitable, prominent place
> in Ayodhya'.》
> The allocation of the land for building the Ram temple is on anticipated
> lines.
> No real surprise here.
> While this is, obviously, a grand victory for the VHP/RSS/BJP, on the flip
> side, this *limits* the scope for triggering violence, in the immediate
> run.
> That's important if one considers human life as valuable.
> What's, of course, important to note how the SC has tried to cover its
> track.
> That has, at least, some significance.
> Where there's a significant gap, in terms of ideology, between the "state"
> and the "society", the possibility of the "state" bowing down to the
> "society" becomes pretty strong.
> The "gap" was graphically brought out by the huge bestial violence
> perpetrated, and suffered, by all the three major religious communities -
> the Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs, in the run-up to, during and post-Partition,
> in order to carve out Pakistan as an exclusive Muslim/Islamic state.
> It was a sort of miracle that yet "India" became a "secular" state.
> A miracle that was anchored in the values espoused by the epic Indian
> freedom struggle.
> But, then, it foisted upon a non-secular society.
> In the following days, the secular forces have collectively failed to take
> due advantage of the "miracle".
> To make the "society" adopt "secular" values.
> The forces of darkness, as a consequence, are spreading their tentacles.
> That's the harsh reality.]
> SC Final Verdict on Ayodhya Case LIVE Updates: Narendra Modi says apex
> court judgment neither a win nor loss for any party
> Snipped
> --
> Peace Is Doable

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