Fair Ayodhya judgement: Land divided into 3 parts
By SiliconIndia | Thursday, 30 September 2010, 12:32 Hrs
Considering the ancestry, the court has kept the Central dome for the Hindu Mahasabha, as the Hindu idols were placed in 1949 in the land prior to the Babri masjid and again in 1992 after the masjid was demolished. Though they have considered the land to be a Ramjanmasthan, Justices SU Khan, Sudhir Agarwal and DV Sharma maintained that Babar didn't build Babri Masjid demolishing a temple rather on the remains of a temple.
There were many anticipation on the judgement with everyone expecting a rule whereby a complete different entity might be allowed, which would by no means connote any religion, yet people see this to be a conducive decision. "Though I expected an entity like an academic institution or a hospital to be set up in the place, yet the decision looks sane. Three parts of the land ensures that the land has become a part of all religion and should no more arouse any conflicts," says Ela B., a home-maker.
However, the reaction to the eventful judgement is quite deem in the corporate world. When there should have been messages on peace and acceptance floating around in the social sites, the zero responses from any top corporate leader shows a thick-skinned attitude.
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