source- Yahoo India News
Tue, Oct 2010
In a very dramatising comical pathos for a Peitioner who had stalled the now established rights of Hindus to do their Pujas at the Ram Mandir at Ayodhya-Written by Mandakini Gahlot
Titled ‘In Babri verdict noise, a death passes silently”
Note that it is still’ - Babri verdict and not Ram mandir for these bunch who copiously shed tears for this man who passed away soon after Hindus got their justice after so much suffering and loss of lives, and the nation let a sigh of relief.
The post starts, with undertones of even blaming the adverse verdict on this unreasonably protracted petitioner’s sudden demise!
"He had great faith in the judiciary. He told us when we were kids that as a religious minority we could rely on the judiciary to give us justice," said Imran Bhure, 28, Aslam Bhure's younger son.
By its own scintillating coverage- Aslam Bhure, 54, died on the morning of October 3. He was a pious Muslim of modest means who ran a cycle-rickshaw repair workshop in the basti behind Mata Sundri College in Old Delhi. He was also the man on whose petition in November 1991 the court ordered status quo on the 2.77 acres of disputed land in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid complex in Ayodhya. In March 2002, Bhure filed a second petition that led to the court ordering that no religious activity should be allowed on the land until a verdict had been reached. The second petition was prompted by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad's decision to organise a puja on land adjacent to the disputed site.
In his involvement with the original Babri Masjid case, Bhure had seen considerable ugliness. The demolition of 1992 was one of them, and the death of his devoted lawyer O P Sharma in 2009 came as a major setback. A few years ago, Bhure had had a stent placed in his heart.
His lawyer death halfway through this needless and baseless petition mongering and confrontation and the stent being placed too was an ugliness, and Babur’s structure imposed on what is now court upheld Hindu Mecca upon the ‘ruins of a magnificent Temple’ alone somehow didn’t strike as ugly-
neither to this ‘pious man, nor the secular pervert.
"He wanted all this madness to end. He often said that enough blood had been shed over this piece of land and more than once he expressed the hope that the courts would find a suitable compromise that would peacefully end this dispute," said Imran. According to Bhure's family, as the date of announcement of the Allahabad High Court verdict on the Ayodhya title suits approached last month, Bhure began to speak less and less, and appeared to be thinking a lot. "After September 28, when the Supreme Court cleared the way for the verdict to be delivered on September 30, he stopped discussing the case even at home, and remained glued to the television," said Bhure's elder son, 30
That he was so obsessive compulsive is evidently clear in that- "He sold half our house in Daryaganj to finance this massive legal battle even as we were struggling to make ends meet. He really did not have enough time to spend with the family," said Akram.
All of which shows intention of all this madness to end- for his obsessive petition was what dragged the solution and justice to Hindus.
He was a good man, he loved his family and he imbued in us a sense of not tolerating injustice to the community. He was a good father," signed off Imran
Note- how good this man was who loved his family, and imbued upon them-
a sense of not tolerating injustice to the community- which community?
His own ofcourse, his sense of justice wouldn’t exist beyond its confines- nice
And his communal sense of justice is secular!
While Hindus must have no such sense of wrong done- which isnt ugly you see, Babur and his Islamic hordes destroying Hindu Temples shouldn’t bother neither him or his eulogisers of mediamen.