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Almost two decades after the Babri mosque in Ayodhya was demolished by right-wing activists in the presence of senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders, the politics of Hindutva appear to have lost steam and the demand for the Ram temple less strident.-Comment

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Asked by venkatesaldevarajan, 06 Dec '11 08:34 am
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The common people of this country can't be fooled for ever, because they are neither ignorant nor innocent as our political leaders think.The BJP I wish atleast learned a lesson by their mistakes and be careful in future while giving false assurances and try to invoke the sentiments of the people.
Answered by Ramakrishnegowda, 06 Dec '11 09:04 am

 
  
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Yes you are right now better late than never BJP has realized that only Hindutva will not bring them to power and that they will have to take economical and social problems of people too to gain power.
Answered by ajit ramdas vaidya, 06 Dec '11 08:40 am

 
  
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There are so many temples and mosques in India. To build another one in Ayodhya was never ever a wish of an average Indian, until they were misguided that some Mughal Emperor had demolished temple to build the mosque there. As expected, no acceptable proofs were provided for this claim. But many people believed it, and supported the 'revenge' as a mission in the zeal.
In the whole experiment, BJP came to the power. Ten thousand ++ Indians lost lives (in the riots of 1992 as well as Mumbai Stockmarket Blasts and also related 2002 post Godhra massacre in Gujrath & other places). Many more dependents lost the direction in life which remained filled with fear and hatred. The so called 'revenge' is still not known to be complete, even after 20 years. The people in the cities still have to think about the name of the community when they rent or purchase a house to stay in.

Was all this for staying 7 years in power?
Answered by Aarnika Tiwaari, 06 Dec '11 09:08 am

 
  
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