Indian-American Muslims Seek Justice in Babri Masjid Case

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The Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, India, prior to its destruction in December 1992.
The Executive Director of Association of Indian Muslims of America expressed disappointment that even after 25 years of the demolition Indian government has made no effort to restore the Babri masjid despite the solemn promise of then Prime Minister of India, Narasimha Rao in the Indian parliament.
25 YEARS OF BABRI MASJID DEMOLITION
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 Correspondent
IT was 25 years ago, on December 6, that a mob of extremist Hindus led and inspired by some senior politicians attacked the 16th century Babri mosque in Ayodhya and managed to demolish it, in direct violation of Supreme Court’s order.  The demolition of the mosque was followed by communal violence in several cities in India that resulted in the loss of innumerable innocent lives of Muslims.
Kaleem Kawaja, the Executive Director of Association of Indian Muslims of America, speaking on behalf of a large number of Indian Muslims who live in North America, expressed extreme disappointment that even after 25 years of this heinous incident Indian government has made no effort to restore the mosque despite the solemn promise of then Prime Minister of India, Narasimha Rao in the Indian parliament.
Kawaja said as the title suit of the Babri Masjid-Ramjanam Bhoomi dispute is already in the Supreme Court and deliberations on which are going to start soon, the 180 million strong Indian Muslim community reposes its full faith in the Judiciary and the Constitution of India. He also urged the honorable Supreme Court to expedite the judicial process on the title suit so that mosque may be restored at its original site.

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