What Babri Masjid says 19 years after demolition?

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Listen to me Oh the people of the world!,
Razed to the ground, but I shall remain;
In the living memories of all the humans,
Who have some conscience, and are sane.
My physical form may have disappeared,
But my history has broadened my domain;
I have occupied a place, none can forget,
My shameless foes have nothing to gain.
My agony will shake heavens and earth,
Wait for the time, you will realize my pain;
Those who are happy with their misdeeds,
Will soon find me as a dangerous terrain.
Law and justice will weep over their fate,
When my long story will strike their brain;
Like a ghost I will chase my tormentors,
Through every house, road, street and lane.

Mustafa Kamal Sherwani

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-31 December 2011 on page no. 2

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