Ayodhya: Today, Ayodhya, the city of Maryada Purushottam Lord Shri Ram, is very quiet. After the historic decision of the Supreme Court, the centuries-old dispute has ended. Today is the same day when a mob, which had lost its patience 30 years ago and demolished the disputed structure of the Babri masjid. But today the situation has completely changed. After the Supreme Court verdict, the construction work of the Ram temple in Ayodhya is going on on a war footing today. Apart from this, the city of Ram is also being prepared in terms of tourism. There was a time when Ayodhya was a home of unrest and anarchy.
On the day the disputed structure was demolished, the Muslim community announced to celebrate Black Day, while Hindus announced to celebrate Shaurya Diwas. However, after the dispute ended, the importance of these two days also decreased. Only mutual brotherhood can take the country on the path of progress and development. Disputes go on for centuries, and thousands of people get killed, which never does good to anyone. In the Ayodhya dispute, everything was clear, strong evidence of the temple was in front of everyone. Archaeologist KK Mohammed had openly declared that the disputed structure was built by demolishing the temple, yet the matter remained pending due to political reasons. Even, for the first time in history, one's belief and faith were challenged to be proved in court. Questions were raised on the existence of Shri Ram, and proof of his existence was sought in court. They were the only Hindus who, despite suffering so much humiliation, waited patiently and pleaded for justice from the court. The Congress government put all its effort into the Supreme Court to prove that Ram never existed and he was imaginary, only for the sake of Muslim votes. People started questioning whether the court can ask a person of any other religion for proof of the existence of their God, then why is the faith of Hindus being questioned? When archaeologists found the remains of the temple, why there is a delay in the decision? Today, after going from power, Rahul Gandhi himself is seen resorting to the name of Ram in the Bharat Jodo Yatra, who once refused to believe in Ram.
Ayodhya was flooded with people:-
According to the Report of the Liberhan Commission, the entire plan was made a day before December 6 and the demolition exercise was also carried out. Many pictures of it were also revealed. The report said that just before this, the symbolic temple construction work was done with the water and sand of Saryu. The sky was filled with dust since the morning of December 6, 1992. There was a flood of people all over Ayodhya. Everyone in this flood was excited. Slogans were raised, 'Ram Lala Ham Aayenge, Mandir Vahi Banayenge', and 'Jo Ram Ka Nahi, Vo Kisi Kam Ka Nahi.'
Kalyan Singh's resignation:-
The then Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Kalyan Singh had clearly told the Narasimha Rao government at the Center that if the structure is taken over or President's rule is imposed, then he will not be able to guarantee security, and he will not open fire on Karsevaks like Mulayam Yadav. It was because of shedding the blood of Ram devotees that Mulayam got the name of Mulla Mulayam and he became the messiah of Muslims. The Kalyan Singh government had also assured to comply with the orders of the High Court and the Supreme Court. However, after the collapse of the dome, the paramilitary forces tried to take action, but the Karsevaks were walking differently on this day, they were not going to come under anyone's control. Finally, the structure was demolished, and After this Kalyan Singh took responsibility for the incident and wrote his resignation in one line. He wrote, "I am resigning as chief minister, please accept it.'' For decades after that, the Ram temple and Babri Masjid issue continued to circulate in political circles and politicians kept getting stuck in the matter despite knowing the truth. Finally, after more than 500 years of controversy, the Supreme Court's decision on Ayodhya came on 9 November 2019 and the penance of Ram devotees led to the result in their favor.