“I (will) tell you who did not vote for us. It was those butchers who were angry at us for introducing a tough anti-cow slaughter law.”
Once the station’s reconstruction is complete, “construction of Ram temple will be started” says Vinay Katiyar, BJP MP and prime accused in the demolition of the Babri Masjid.
The Sangh parivar’s desperation to quickly try and recover lost ground before its goals are thwarted is cranking up the hatred quotient in India.
The BJP MP also said that there should be a bill to punish those who do not respect Vande Matram and the national flag.
The next time a Vinay Katiyar makes a claim to turn mosques, mausoleums and memorials into temples, the least one can do is cite Mookerjee’s impartial view.
“Our Tej Mandir has been turned into a cremation ground by Aurangzeb,” says Vinay Katiyar.
Twenty-four years after the Babri Masjid was demolished, a court witness wonders if justice delayed is justice denied, given that the cases against the accused are nowhere near conclusion.