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Uddipta Das | IndiaOnLine | New Delhi | April 21, 2017:: Members of Muslim Karsewak Manch (MKM) arrived in Ayodhya with a truck full of bricks as part of their campaign to build the Ram temple. As per reports by ANI, the members have been demanding the building of the Ram Mandir, an issue which has been at the core of Indian politics for more than two decades. This newest activity by the Muslim organisation seems to be timely and follows a recent incident where another organisation, Muslim Karsewak Sangh (MKS) put up billboards supporting the cause of building the Ram Mandir in place of the Babri Masjid.
Muslim Karsewak Manch seems to be quite determined in their demand for the temple to be built in place of the mosque. On April 11, a Hindustan Times report stated that this same group, Muslim Karsewak Sangh (MKS), had put up huge billboards in Uttar Pradesh’s Faizabad and Lucknow, showing their support to the cause of constructing a Ram Temple at the site of Babri in Ayodhya.
MKS is apparently pleased with the Supreme Court ruling which asked the matter to be resolved out of the court and have come up with a slogan which states that ‘the Muslims of the nation demands the construction of Ram mandir at the site’. In all of this, the question is, when most Muslims are opposed to the creation of the Ram Mandir, how come the members of MKM and MKS are in line with the demands of the BJP and other Hindu organisations.
Video:: Muslim karsewaks in Ayodhya hail lord Ram, come with brick to build temple (Zee News).
The president of MKS, Mohammed Azam Khan claimed that the SC order inspired them and he has paid for the billboards. As per him, quoted by HT, they put up a dozen big and around 200 small hoardings in Lucknow and Faizabad in an attempt to influence opinion about the construction of Ram mandir and not wait for the court verdict. Noteworthy that, Azam Khan was a member of the Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM) which was backed by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). However, reportedly, Khan split from the organisation citing differences of opinion over the solution of the dispute.
Apart from Muslim Karsewak Manch, Muslim Karsewak Sangh, Muslim Mahila Foundation in Varanasi are also in favour of a Ram Temple.
Many in these claims of the Muslim organisations see a possible opportunistic streak and are of the opinion that these are attempts by these organisation to get close to the BJP and reap benefits.
Courtesy: ANI, ZEE News & India dot Com.