Pakistan got angry on Shri Ram Pran Pratishtha, Know How India replied

New Delhi. Shri Ram Pran Pratishtha: Pakistan has nothing to do with the Ram temple in Ayodhya, but despite this Islamabad condemned the construction of the temple on Monday. After this, top government sources of the Ministry of External Affairs in New Delhi, while talking to CNN-News18, gave a befitting reply to the neighboring country. Sources said that when the entire country in India has come together in celebration, the neighboring country is trying to provoke Indian Muslims. Foreign Ministry officials said in reference to Pakistan’s judicial system, “We are not an ordinary republic like them, where the judiciary is fixed and works on the instructions of Pakistani spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).

Referring to the lengthy court proceedings that took place before the construction of the temple, MEA officials said that the Supreme Court of India had heard the case. In fact, it was the Indian Supreme Court that in November 2019 had given the entire disputed land in Ayodhya to Ram Lalla and directed the Center to allot a five-acre plot to Muslims for the mosque.

Pakistan is provoking Indian Muslims

MEA officials said, ‘This case has gone through several decades of judicial investigation. It has passed through all the courts including the Supreme Court. No major decision was taken by a single bench and minority judges were also involved in the decision. Officials said Pakistan was trying to create trouble by instigating Indian Muslims participating in the celebrations in the Uttar Pradesh city of Ayodhya.

What did the Pakistan Foreign Ministry say?

Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry had said, ‘The temple built on the site of a demolished mosque will remain a stain on the face of India’s democracy in the times to come. The rising tide of ‘Hindutva’ ideology in India is a serious threat to regional peace. The international community should take cognizance of increasing Islamophobia, hate speech and hate crimes in India.

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