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A walk down memory lane: The ‘liberals’ and ‘seculars’ who mocked Ram Mandir

'Ram Mandir' and the delay because of legal tentacles, has also been used multiple times by the 'liberals' and 'seculars' to mock the faith of Hindus.

In a historic move, the Supreme Court today pronounced judgement in the title case of Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case, allotting the historical site to Ram Lalla Virajman and said a Ram Mandir should be constructed there. The Supreme court said that the Central Government would form a trust which will construct the Ram Mandir and a 5 acre land will be given to the Waqf Board for construction of a Masjid. When the judgement was pronounced, many could not believe that the dream of Ram Mandir was finally coming true in their lifetime. Many had given up hopes of seeing a resolution, considering the matter has been dragging on since more than 4 centuries now.

While the believers have always had faith and hope that a grand Ram Mandir will be constructed at Ayodhya, if not now, then in future, the ‘liberals’ and ‘seculars’ have always mocked the Ram Mandir while taking a jibe at Hindus.

Senior Congress leader who was instrumental in raising the ‘Hindu terror’ bogey, referred to the promise of constructing Ram temple as ‘jumla’.

And also said that it is a way to create a communal divide between two communities.

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Peaceniks were also busy rooting for a hospital at the Ram Janmabhoomi.

To such people, BJP leader Subramanian Swamy in 2017 had suggested a mental hospital across the Sarayu through which they could see the grand temple.

And of course, Michelangelo, the patron saint of hypocrisy, wasn’t too satisfied with the verdict either.

‘Ram Mandir’ and the delay because of legal tentacles, has also been used multiple times by the ‘liberals’ and ‘seculars’ to mock the faith of Hindus.

Aam Aadmi Party troll Dhruv Rathee has also time and again made ‘Ram Mandir’ jokes because it has been promised by the BJP in its manifesto. The BJP has relentlessly pursued legal options to get the temple built.

Another such jibe has been how ‘Mandir wahin banayenge, par tareekh nahin batayenge’ in a bid to say how the promise has always been unfulfilled.

Shehla had also mocked Ram Mandir when someone had questioned her how will she protest if Article 370 is abrogated.

Shehla had joked as if to say abrogation of Article 370 is as ‘unbelievable’ as construction of Ram Mandir. On 5th August 2019, Government of India abrogated Article 370 and made Jammu & Kashmir integral part of India. On 9th November, 2019, Supreme Court ruled in favour of Ram Mandir.

Read: Blast from the past: These past tweets of Kashmiri politicians daring PM Modi to scrap Article 370 are amusing

Disgraced ex-IPS officer also would regularly mock the Ram Mandir.

‘Journalist’ Rana Ayyub, who passes off fiction as investigative journalism, thinks Ram Mandir is a ‘majoritarian privilege’.

She has also mocked Ram Mandir in the past.

Earlier today, Rana had mentioned how she was in Washington DC and was glued to the television set ahead of verdict. As this Twitter user pointed out, whenever Rana is away from India, good things seem to be happening.

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