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Ayodhya Verdict: Veteran scriptwriter Salim Khan reacts to the Supreme Court’s judgement

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On November 9, the Supreme Court of India delivered a historic judgement on the long-standing dispute on Ram Janmabhoomi and Babri Masjid land. Several Bollywood celebrities took to their social media handles to share their views on the verdict. Some even requested everyone to maintain peace and harmony.

As per the judgement, a temple will be constructed on the disputed land in Ayodhya. Whereas the Muslims will be given an alternate land within the city for the construction of a mosque. Legendary scriptwriter and Salman Khan‘s father Salim Khan has shared his views on the verdict. Salim suggested that a school should be made on the alternative 5-acre land.

Sharing his views Salim told IANS, “So now after ‘The-End’ of this story (Ayodhya dispute), Muslims should adhere to these two virtues and march forward. Mohabbat zahir kariye aur maaf kariye (show love and forgive). Do not rewind, recap such issues now…just move ahead from here.”

The veteran scriptwriter went on to share that he welcomed the verdict from the core of his heart. And he finds it commendable how everyone has maintained peace and harmony after the announcement of the verdict on such a sensitive case.

Khan also suggested that instead of building a mosque, a school should be made on the alternative land. “Muslims should not discuss this (Ayodhya dispute). Instead, they should discuss their basic problems and try to find out solutions. The reason why I am saying that is we need schools and hospitals… why I am suggesting that is it would be better if we build a college at the alternative 5-acre land, to be provided in Ayodhya for building a mosque. We can offer namaz anywhere, in train, plane or on the floor. But we need better schools. If 22 crore Muslims get good education, then many problems of this country would be solved,” he said.

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