'LK Advani ignited the flames of divided India', Farah Ali Khan tweets about Babri Masjid demolition

LK Advani led a procession from Somnath in 1990 which was supposed to end at Ayodhya. He reportedly covered 300 kms per day

Jewellery designer Farah Khan Ali took to Twitter to talk about her opinion on Babri Masjid demolition, which happened 25 years ago on December 6, 1992. Targeting senior BJP leader, Lal Krishna Advani, Ali said he fanned the flames of communalism in India through his march in 1990. Farah implied in a series of tweets, that when you ‘do no good, no good happens to you’ – a jibe at LK Advani’s failed aspirations of becoming the next PM of India.

LK Advani led a Ram Rath Yatra across the country that ended in Ayodhya with the demolition of the masjid in 1992. The procession started on September 25, 1990 from Somnath and passed through several towns and villages. As the rath yatra, moved closer to Ayodhya, the violence grew with it. The procession led to subsequent rioting in many parts of North India, leading to loss of lives.

Slamming LK Advani for his involvement in the entire incident, Farah Khan Ali tweeted this:

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Farah’s tweets got her hatred from many users of the platform. Most of the tweets against Farah spewed hatred against her religion.  Have a look:

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