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Ayodhya dispute (1).

Byline: Aamir Sohoo - Larkana

THE Indian Supreme Court's verdict allowing Hindus to build a temple on the ruins of Babri Masjid has made it clear beyond a shadow of doubt that India is not a secular state and the minorities living in that country are being pushed to the wall making them live an existence of serfs.

Pakistan, on the other hand, has made consistent efforts several times to live in peace with India, which the extremist Bharatiya Janata Party has always rejected.

The Indian Supreme Court announced its verdict on the day of the opening ceremony of the Kartarpur corridor. This shows New Delhi is unwilling to come to the negotiating table.

In view of these developments, one shudders at the thought that the saffron brigade is pushing the region and the world towards a catastrophe.

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Author:Aamir Sohoo - Larkana
Publication:Dawn (Karachi, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9INDI
Date:Nov 14, 2019
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