(Boney Bindra) 6 December 1992 was one the blackest day in the history of India. We today remember it as the day when controversial, ‘Babri Mosque’ was demolished by politically motivated, Hindu mob.
26 years have passed since the incident, not even a single person has been convicted.
As per the Liberhan Commission erupted to investigate the whole thing, it was “neither spontaneous nor unplanned”.
Something similar was indicated by the Justice Ranjit Singh Commission’s report, about “Behbal Kalan Goli Kand”.
Now, what got me all sweaty and worried is the current issue of Behbal Kalan Goli Kand & Bargadi is on the same track of Babri Mosque demolition.
Politics, Just, Politics
Politicians are doing their best to give this topic as much hype as they can.
‘Jathedar’ Dhyan Singh Mand, ‘Jathedar’ Baljit Singh Daduwal, Simranjit Singh Maan, Sukhpal Khiara, Kanwar Sandhu, Bhagwant Singh Mann etc. are some of the politicians, which are determined to give this whole incident a political theme.
Politics and religion is the most lethal combination, this is what exactly is happening here.
We have all seen what happened at the Bargadi March of 7th October. There was a flood of people on the road.
Hundreds of thousands came knowing there weren’t be any proper arrangements, knowing there weren’t any food to eat or water to stay hydrate, still they came.
That was the power of religion and politics.
“Big Words, No Actions”
Some big words are being spoken daily about the sacrilege cases of Bargadi and about the two people killed at Behbal Kalan, but what is the ground reality?
If you look at the veracity, police officers involved in butchering two youths, Krishan Bhagwan Singh and Gurjit Singh Sarawan are inching towards permanent stays.
First the three officers involved in the actual shooting, then ex-DSP Sumedh Saini getting the judicial cover is the proof that politicians don’t want to resolve this issue.
If they really wanted to something on the issue, they could have paid a lawyer and filled a case against the alleged culprits.
Just imagine why aren’t they taking this issue to court, is it more blunt then Kejriwal calling one Akali leader a drug paddler?
The Akali leader in question quicker than a scared cat, involved the judiciary of India into the whole thing.
Infamous defamation case on Kejri left the Chief Minister of Delhi red faced because of the written apology he had to submit to Akali leader.
Reason behind me explaining this was, if politicians can go beating court’s doors for something nominal as a political statement, why aren’t they using Indian Penal Code to give justice, when two people have died.
Why Babri Masjid?
Babri is the most infamous incident and the one which controls Indian politics, a lot.
The way Sukhpal Singh Khaira and other leaders of Punjab are creating excitement around Bargadi incident it is kind of given that in very near future state’s politics will revolve around this issue.
Like Babri, hundreds of Indian temples were broken by the Mughals back in time, where we have mosques now, why did the mob had to demolish this one only?
Same can be said to the Punjabi politicians.
As per Justice Ranjit Singh Commission report there sacrilege cases happened at, Amritsar, Bathinda, Gurdaspur, Kapurthala, Barnala, Faridkot, Jalandhar Fazilka etc.
Now, can someone please ask why the politicians are only fighting for the sacrilege incident of Bargadi? Holy things were insulted at the other parts of Punjab too?
Who will serve justice to them?