PLACES OF WORSHIP ACT: INJUSTICE TO HINDUS
These temples were brutally destroyed and rebuild several times and each destruction created a massive genocide of Hindus
In 1991, when the issue of Ram janambhoomi became the burning topic, the current Congress led Prime Minister P.V. Narasimha Rao, in order to safeguard the interests of Muslims decided to bring Places of Worship Act. This Places of Worship act claims that it seeks to maintain and protect the religious character of the places of worship in India.
The Act says that no person shall convert any place of worship of any religious denomination into one of a different denomination or section. It shall continue to remain as it was on 15 August 1947. It says to freeze the status of all the places of worship except of Ram janambhoomi.
Now here it is notable that the act safeguards the misdeeds of plunderers like Aurangzeb and Mahmud Gazanavi, because they destroyed the temples and build the mosques in their place with the blood of Hindus who came to protect it.
Tulsidas’s written Tulsidohashatak clearly mentions the fact that Babar killed 75,000 Hindus who came in his way to destroy Ram Mandir.
During the destruction of Kashi temple, the priest of the temple jumped in Gyanwapi well taking the Lingam with him, while the thousands died in the fight to safeguard the temple.
As far as Krishna janambhoomi is concerned in 1670, Auragnzeb ordered for its demolishion and told to put the broken idols in the footsteps of Jahanara Mosque so that he may crush them every time he goes to Mosque.
These temples were brutally destroyed and rebuild several times and each destruction created a massive genocide of Hindus but the act protects the deeds of such plunders. In present scenario when the issue of Ram Janambhoomi has been successfully resolved the time has come to pay for the sacrifice of our ancestors, time has come to take back Kashi Mathura.
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