The verdict on the Ayodhya dispute has been delivered by Allahabad High Court. It is neither the victory of any community nor the defeat of other. It is indeed the victory of peace, harmony and secular culture of India. It is the victory of the faith and belief on the judicial system of India. It is the victory of national integration. Indians have once again shown that the political-hawks for sake of their own benefits cook the goose for Indians without even feeling the ill consequences, cannot exploit them in the name religion. But it is the defeat of myth and rumour floated in the air to dilute the peaceful atmosphere of the nation. The culture of bringing the matters on roads and try to solve the issues on our own has gone away. People in India have understood the fact that issues can be solved on the table, in closed room and in the court of law. We have the right to express our ideas, views, opinions and feelings. If someone is not satisfied with any thing, he has every right to challenge it but in the right way. Despite the disappointment and dissatisfaction about the verdict pronounced by the Hon’ble court, people have set a fabulous example by not coming out on the streets and holding the demonstration. One should not come on the roads and spoil the image of ones own.
The verdict, of course, sent some waves disappointment which even a layman can prove. India is a huge nation with majority of secular minds. They feel it by heart and express it through different media. But that is an issue to be debated. What is more heartening is that people expressed calm at the moment when it really mattered.
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