By Khalid Khan,

The rise of right wing forces has triggered the issue of Babri Masjid to the flash point inIndian politics. Right wing forces in India have successfully reaped the fruits from this issue time and again.Unlike British rulers, the democratically elected secular governments not could maintain the status quo during the last seven decades.

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