SC Never Asked To Destroy The Mosque And Build A Temple: Maulana Sajid Rashidi
The Islamic cleric made this shocking statement in a live debate on a news channel
“Anywhere a mosque is built, will remain so,” says Maulana Sajid Rashidi. The maulana was in a panel discussion on a news channel yesterday and when questioned about his statement, he cleared his stand on the temple debate. “Tell me, Mr. Lawyer, show me where it is written in the Constitution that the Supreme Court’s decision cannot be criticised.” Referring to the moderator’s question, he added, “I have never said something like this. All I’ve said is that my religion says that wherever a mosque is built, it remains a mosque. And the court has also considered it a mosque. The court never asked to destroy the mosque and build a temple.”
The Ram Temple debate continues to rage on in India, despite the construction of the shrine has begun already. On August 5, 2020, in a grand ceremony in Ayodhya, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for the temple after conducting bhoomi pujan at the site. A mosque used to exist at the site, but it was brought down by angry Hindu mobs on December 6, 1992.
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