Vocalising hate against India, terrorist Masood Azhar has released a tape issuing threats over building the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Adhering to his fundamentalism, the Pakistani terrorist has attempted to hatemonger over the Babri Masjid - Ram Mandir dispute.
"That Babri Masjid that was taken away from us because of our cowardice and our sins. A Mandir was created in that place. These days non-Muslims are assembled over there for the issue. They are demanding to build Ram Mandir. They have swords and spears in their hand, while the Muslims are scared. The call for Babri Masjid is a test for the Muslims, it's a dangerous time, we are ready to sacrifice our lives. I pray to you, to give us back the Babri Masjid, give us back the honour of the Muslim Community. Forgive us, as we have sinned," he said.
The UN-designated terrorist Masood Azhar and Chief of Jaish-e-Mohammad who runs terror pockets from Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir has warned India against constructing the Ram Mandir.
He said, "Just stop the construction of Ram Mandir, and show your warriors a path. They are desperate to show you their love and loyalty. The slogans crying 'Allahu Akhbar' will be raised on the dome of Babri Masjid."
"The bloodshed, injuries, the bodies imbibed with the perfume of love, the parts of the body. The victory of religion, oh lord not just one or two, thousands of men are ready in your service, they are emotional, trembling that the Babri Masjid should be brought back. We have to protect our mothers' dignity. We won't let an idol be built in the place where we prostrate," he added.
The Pakistan-based terrorist has threatened India of terror and directly targeted Uddhav Thackeray and PM Modi.
"Oh Lord who enlightens the darkness, just show us a path, if Allah wills this yellow terror will turn into a red storm. Then Thackeray will be on his knees, Modi will crumble like a cobweb. Those who are too fond of being a Muslim Leader, they should be responsible enough and tell India that Ram Mandir instead of Babri Masjid will not be tolerated," Azhar said.
On December 24, 1999, an Indian plane IC-814 flying from Kathmandu to Delhi was hijacked by Harkat Ul Mujahideen terrorists demanding the release of Masood Azhar and two other terrorists from the Indian custody. The three terrorists were handed over to Taliban for the safe return of the plane's passengers. Masood Azhar continued his terror-mongering and almost two decades later, masterminded the Uri Army base attack. Although Pakistan authorities claimed they had taken him into custody after the Pathankot attack in India, he was seen wandering freely in April 2016.