‘No mosque required’, Salman Khan’s father commented on Babri Masjid case

Mumbai: Bollywood star Salman Khan’s father and well-known Indian filmmaker Salim Khan has welcomed the Indian Supreme Court’s decision on the Babri Masjid saying that we need better schools, not mosques.

According to Indian media, in response to the Supreme Court decision on the Babri Masjid case, Salim Khan said that the school should be established on the 5 acres of land that the Supreme Court has ordered to give to the mosque in Ayodhya and it should be handed over to Muslims. To be done because Muslims of India need a school not a mosque.

Salim Khan welcomed the Supreme Court verdict and said that the Prophet has stated two attributes of Islam that love and forgiveness, then after the issue of Ayodhya, Muslims should move forward with these two attributes. Do and forgive.

“Don’t repeat such things anymore and just move on from here, after such sensitive decisions peace and harmony are being established which is worthy of appreciation, now accept it because of an old dispute over the years,” he added. Resolved, I sincerely welcome the Supreme Court decision.

Salim Khan said that Muslims should not discuss the Ayodhya dispute, but rather they should discuss their basic issues and find a solution. That is why I am saying that we need schools and hospitals if 5 acres. It would be better if a college was built on alternative land, a building should be provided for the mosque in Ayodhya because we do not need a mosque, we can read prayers anywhere, on the train, on the plane, on the ground or anywhere. But we need better schools.

He added that if 22 million Muslims get a good education, many problems will be solved in this country, we should look to our future and understand that a better future is for those who are well educated. However, the real problem is that Muslims are not very good at education so I would say end the Ayodhya problem and start a new one



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