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Why Berlin Wall was demolished, which PM Modi addressed while addressing the nation
The Supreme Court has given its verdict on the Ayodhya land dispute. After the decision, PM Modi addressed the country. During this, he also mentioned about the Berlin Wall.
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New Delhi: The historic decision of the Supreme Court in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute came on Saturday. It will be called a coincidence that November 9 is the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Supreme Court has given its verdict on the Ayodhya dispute in India. The Berlin Wall was demolished 30 years ago at an important event in the world. This event organized Germany. East and West Germany united after the demolition of this wall on November 9, 1989.

After this decision of the Supreme Court, more than a century old and a lot of politically sensitive matter has ended today. The Supreme Court in its decision has cleared the way for construction of Ram temple at the disputed site. The Supreme Court has also said that five acres of land should be given to Muslims in the holy city of Hindus.

Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya- disputed land to Ramlala, Sunni Waqf Board gets 5 acres of land

Addressing the country, PM Modi said, “Today is November 9. This is the date when the Berlin Wall fell. The two opposite streams united and took a new resolution. Today, the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor started on November 9. Both India and Pakistan were supported in this.

He said, “With the decision on Ayodhya today, this date of November 9 is also teaching us to move forward together. Today’s message is to connect, to connect and to live together.

Justice S. Abdul Nazir has heard these matters related to religion not only Ayodhya

The Prime Minister called for the elimination of any kind of social acrimony between different communities, saying, “Anywhere, anytime, in the mind of anyone, if there is any bitterness about all these things, then to give it a break today Day too. Fear, bitterness and negativity should have no place in a new India.

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