Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy

Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy

This event is again an example of exploited emotions of common people on the name of religion by few mean people. No religion guards its faith by erecting or demolishing structures, it is a human who does it all in influence of twisted ideology that is injected in their mind. Religion when mixed with mean drives becomes poison.

 

Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri ControversyCrashing sounds, uncontrolled mob, politics, and motives demolished Babri Masjid on December 6, 1992 at disputed land of Ayodhya. That incident is still a dark patch in memory of many and may resound again after the Allahabad High Court will give its verdict on this long debated sensitive issue in coming days. It was about to give result on 24th September 2010, but was postponed for a week.

This event is again an example of exploited emotions of common people on the name of religion by few mean people. No religion guards its faith by erecting or demolishing structures, it is a human who does it all in influence of twisted ideology that is injected in their mind. Religion when mixed with mean drives becomes poison.

The main concern now, is after effect of the decision. Common person does not want any Godhra riots, Mumbai riots or people on streets fighting aimlessly, torching shops and houses but it may happen in influence of some anti social groups.

What changes, effects, actions, reactions may come after the decision; we tried to know by youths of our society who give more importance to their life instead of conspiracies.

Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy

Mohit Parikh, 22 yr old, Mechanical Engineer

“Babri masjid and the court’s decision on that issue are indeed topics of historical importance. According to me, the young generation will not get involve in any anti-social activity, if results from the court’s decision. Because today’s youth is educated, they know that no matter the decision favors which community, any riot or instability will bring harm to all communities. In addition, people have become more sensible over the years to repeat a thing such as Godhra riots.

Therefore, this decision might affect the spiritual aspects of some, or all, but will not cause unnecessary agitation, because the youth is sensible, mature and understanding.”

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Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy

Lavish Pagaria, 22 yr old, Student at IIT, Gwalior

“I will say that people from both the religion communities are already geared up because if the result will be in favor of any particular group than other will not sit silent.

The activists and the political parties, are also ready to make it a political issue as it already a controversial topic. We see that India has changed substantially as compared to those times when Hindu-Muslim riots just begun to take place. Now, educated India wants peace. However, I think there is a huge amount of population, which is still involved in these activities and does not understand the consequences. Riots are bound to occur, not as huge as the Godhra or Mumbai but they would also not be small.”

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Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy

Anjum Liyaquat, 21 yr old, Media Management Student

“This issue has and has always been intrinsically entwine with power politics. From its very beginning, each party has exploited this issue to suit their own agenda and political motives. There were half truth and blatant lies floating in the air and in spite of knowing everything none of the parties felt the need to clarify, deceiving the public and its opinion at large No doubt after the decision the chances of riots are there. Many uneducated, immature and fanatic people here just are involved to show off their presence in this game of dirty politics.”

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Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy

Himanshu Chasta, 22 yr old, GET at Hindustan Zinc Ltd.

“The decision should be in favor of Ram Mandir because it is the birthplace of SHREE RAM but still if it goes to the other side; it does not affect my personal views.

If we think in the direction of country’s welfare, it is important to maintain peace and brotherhood irrespective of the decision, which is a kind of moral duty of our honorable politicians. Rather than making it a political issue they should keep on telling people (better to say anti social groups) to keep peace and harmony. Besides, common people should also extend their hand to help combating riots with police and other government officials.”

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Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri ControversySonal Kanawat , 23 yr old,MBA graduate

“I am not bothered about the result of the case, as whatever will be the result it will support one group hence the deceased party will surely become aggressive. This will led to riots and birth of many anti social elements. This whole thing is not going to affect my personal life, as I have no interest in this self-biased politics. Although, this time people are keen and prepared for the outcome of result.”

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Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy Naziya Kausar,23 yr old, FMS student

“The decision should ne clear, peaceful and unflavored. Political views should not involve. I respect honorable high court and I hope they consider all points in their judgment. I request everyone to control his or her outbreaks when decision will come”

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Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy

Ridhi Kalra, 23 yr old,Pursuing C.A.

“People of Ayodhya are not bothered about the fact that decision will be taken in favour of whom rather they are concerned about the fact that some decision should be taken soon so that the unwanted restrictions of the government and the fear of communal riots can be reduced or removed.

Before the coming verdict, there has been a substantial increase in the security measures portaying unrest in the country and its lost secularism. The fact that is disheartening is whatever may be the decision the common person will become the scapegoat. There is no religious value of Temple or Masjid created on foundation of hatred in my eyes.

As the youth of the nation if we take the responsibility that we wouldn’t let any person of our society to get carried away by the useless talks of anti social groups and indulge in any form of violence or riots then we don’t need to depend on the security measures or the Government’s help”

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Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy Nishant Kacchawa, 22 yr old, IIT Student

Babri Masjid has been a very sensitive issue in context of our secular nation’s history. It has been a subject of intense discussion and a lot of unnecessary violence since its beginning. So finally when the curtains fall on this episode of religion inspired controversy, we can expect a violent reaction from all the people involved. There may be riots and demonstrations in the whole country. The political parties are expected to exercise their fickle religious alliances to gain some votes. This may also lead to a disruption of our day to day lives. In the long run though, when all the dust settles, our country would have moved on from one of the biggest controversies in its short independent existence and there would be one less deterrent in India’s road to being a global power.

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Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy

Ankita Jain, 23 yr old,Management student

“According to me, it is a never-ending issue so I am least bothered with the results whatever they may be.  I am enjoying my life with free-minded people I have with me, these politically biased issues are not my cup of tea.”

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Udaipur Youth Comes Up on Babri Controversy Hussain Haidary, 17 yr old, 11 th class student

“I think any decision on Babri Masjid should not affect the people as we are Indians first irrespective of our religion. We have awakened now to the fact that no political parties can play with our emotions and no religion can separate our hearts.”

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Notion is clear after reading everyone’s view “Stop playing with our emotions, we are smart now”. What’s your say?

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