‘Babri Masjid thi, hai, aur rahegi,’ says Owaisi ahead of Ram Temple bhoomi puja
AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi tried to stir fresh row by claiming that Babri masjid incident will not be erased from Ayodhya’s legacy.
New Delhi: Just ahead of the groundbreaking ceremony in Ayodhya, AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi tried to stir fresh row by claiming that Babri masjid incident will not be erased from Ayodhya’s legacy.
Tweeting with the hashtag Babri Zinda Hai (Babri is alive), Owaisi said, “Babri Masjid thi, hai, aur rahegi.”
— Asaduddin Owaisi (@asadowaisi) August 5, 2020
Asaduddin Owaisi had also objected to Prime Minister Narendra Modi attending the bhoomi pujan ceremony.
AIMPLB questioned SC judgement in tweet
Earlier, All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) tweeted and termed the SC judgement as oppressive, shameful and majority appeasing.
#BabriMasjid was and will always be a Masjid. #HagiaSophia is a great example for us. Usurpation of the land by an unjust, oppressive, shameful and majority appeasing judgment can’t change it’s status. No need to be heartbroken. Situations don’t last forever.#ItsPolitics pic.twitter.com/nTOig7Mjx6
— All India Muslim Personal Law Board (@AIMPLB_Official) August 4, 2020
Meanwhile, the holy town of Ayodhya is all decked up for the bhoomi pujan ceremony for the construction of a grand Ram temple. PM Modi will be taking part in the historic event of Ram Mandir bhoomi pujan along with RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat and 170 other guests.