After 60 years of long wait finally the High Court verdict on Ayodhya is out, we have already seen enough of bloodshed and hatred. Now time has come for all sensible people to stand up and say enough is enough, building our nation and providing bright future to our kids is more important.
Now when the verdict is out, let us put all these fighting hardliners aside and prove ourselves as an example of brotherhood and peace.
For me my religion and beliefs are important but at the same time equally important is my friend’s religion too, with whom I work daily, who stands beside me in my bad times, who are worried if I am in trouble. Though we are from different religions it makes no difference, as a social being it’s our duty to respect each other’s religions and care for them.
Here is a golden opportunity to prove that we are good and civilized people and not barbarians, we all come together and build world’s largest and most beautiful architecture on this disputed land (Ram janmabhoomi/Babari Masjid) where Ram and Rahim I mean temple and mosque reside in the same building and we people from different religion go and pray with pride. The structure be so grand that world forgets Taj Mahal and Eiffel tower. We make it our nation’s biggest pride, entire world should come to witness this grand legend of brotherhood, each country should learn a lesson of unity and harmony from India this will make us proud.
Asif Patel, Belgaum, Karnataka
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