Devout Hindus will never compromise on Ayodhya – Dr Subramanian Swamy

published on September 28, 2010

  Statement of Dr. Subramanian Swamy, President of the Janata Party.

            The Supreme Court’s dismissal of the Petition seeking deferment of the Ayodhya verdict is most welcome and timely.  Now, it is hoped that the verdict to be delivered by the 3-Judge Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court in the next two days, will be in keeping with the two landmark judgments, first of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court in 1994, and the other of the House of Lords of U.K. delivered in 1991.

According to these two judgments, a temple stands on a totally different footing from the mosque.  In particular, a temple built according to Agama Shastra is where the God resides and hence the temple once built is always a temple even if in disuse or demolished.  On the other hand a mosque is merely a facilitation center for reading Namaz, and not an essential part of religion of Islam.  In fact a mosque can be demolished for widening roads and road construction as is being done even today in Saudi Arabia.

            Hence after the Ayodhya verdict is delivered by the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court, the Muslim community for peace and harmony in the country should agree to build a mosque away from the Ramjanmabhoomi, somewhere beyond the Saryu river bank. This will be an act of atonement for all the temples that have been demolished over the last eight centuries as well as temples that have been destroyed even today on daily basis in Kashmir.

The devout Hindu population of India will not accept any solution which does not restore the Ram temple at the place of his birth, and that the city of Ayodhya to become exclusively the epitome of glory of Ram Rajya.

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