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Indian apex court’s verdict over Babri Mosque proves Indian judiciary is helpless in front of Hindu fanatic forces, says AJK PM

MUZAFFARABAD:     (parliament Times)    Prime Minister Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan says that Indian apex court’s verdict over Babri Mosque has proved that Indian judiciary is helpless in front of Hindu fanatic forces.

In his reactionary statement issued here on Saturday, he strongly condemned the biased decision of Indian Supreme Court to hand over the land of historical religious sight to Hindus.

The Prime Minister while pointing out the India’s growing religious intolerance and it’s the aggressive stance against Muslims termed the decision as murder of justice. “Indian Supreme Court has already done the same in the case of Afzal Guru Shaheed” he added.

Raja Farooq Haider said that Indian Supreme Courts’ decision on the same day when Pakistan opened the Kartarpur Corridor is a well thought-out conspiracy.

“The case of Babri Mosque was a critical one and the world was keeping eye on it. Indian SC’s decision gave a loud and clear message globally that the country is no more safe for the minorities”, PM stated.

The Prime Minister questioned the so called Indian justice system and regretted that Muslims were totally disappointed over the partiality of the courts and their surrender in-front of extremist groups.

“India can no more hide herself behind it’s so called secularism as such biased decisions of its judiciary has exposed its fake claim completely” Haider added.

Raja Farooq Haider said Indian SC’s decision on the day of Kartarpur Corridor opening shows that Modi government and its institutions are not interested in normalizing the tense situation in the region and promoting peace in South Asia.

India has badly failed in safeguarding the rights of the minorities, the AJK premier said.-

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