All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) organised a rally outside the Supreme Court of India yesterday. The rally involving more than 500 people took a violent turn when the gathered crowd overwhelmed security forces and tore down the Supreme Court and ended up waving a green flag at its top dome. A subsequent inquiry into the incident found no one guilty.
SC has often been accused of being biased in favour of one particular community while passing judgements. The Supreme Court has also been interfering in Hindu festivals and simultaneously turning a blind eye to the wrong practices of other religions. Sources say that it is this policy of minority appeasement that might have encouraged these Sharia lawmakers to take complete control and overthrow the highest judicial forum in India.
“SC has all the time in the world to decide the height limit of Dahi Handi but views Muharram processions as safe. This means that it is already under our control, therefore, we just established a formal cognizance of our authority by waving our flag on it. What’s the harm? said Abul-ul-Bakaiti, a Sharia law student.
The newly captured Supreme Court shall first take up Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid case in a fast-track manner and by the looks of it, the verdict is quite predictable.