Ram Janmabhoomi judgement through the eyes of millennials
Two days after the Supreme Court announced its judgement in the Ram Janmabhoomi case; youth of Dehradun expressed relief that the issue is over for the good.
Dehradun remained calm after the apex court announced a unanimous decision on Saturday, giving the centre three months to set up a trust to ensure the construction of Ram temple, and ordered five acre land must be provided to Muslims for constructing a mosque in Ayodhya.
Most youngsters in Dehradun are of the opinion that peace should be maintained and the government should now focus more on other pressing issues.
“The judgement has finally settled a long standing dispute. People need to realise that such disputes only push our country back. We need to rise above these. There should be no politicising of the judgement,” said college student Himanshu Singh.
Another youngster Fozia Ahmed also urged everyone to think about the larger good of the country. She however, opined that Muslims could have received better compensation.
“The judges have tried to balance the situation in their judgement. Given the sensitive circumstances prevailing in the country today, people who are disenchanted with the judgement also need to make peace with it for the larger good,” she added.
Nidhi Rawat, another youngster said that Lord Ram’s statue must stand tall in Ayodhya as it is the birthplace of the deity. She expressed her happiness about the decision.
Many people didn’t seem much interested in the verdict or the issue. They were of the opinion that peace is what matters the most. Many believe that instead of politicising such issues, the government and the people should focus on things which will make the country a better place to live in.
“Though I don’t care whether they construct a temple or a mosque, I am proud that peace was maintained before and after the verdict,” said Paramjeet Singh.
“It’s a verdict from the supreme court, let’s all accept, respect it and ignore those who criticise it or use this as a tool to create communal disturbances in our secular nation,” said advocate Nishan GK.
“The judgement pronounced in the Ayodhya dispute should be welcomed by all citizens of the country irrespective of their faith,” he added.
Tuesday, 12 November 2019 | PNS | Derhradun
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