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Karsevaks Killed in Ayodhya, who were they, and how many were killed… here are the full details: The government silently killed all the Kar Sevaks by firing. In this article, you will learn about How Many Karsevak Died in Ayodhya.

We All are very happy 🙂 because today in Ayodhya Ram Mandir Pran Pratishtha did successfully but do you know who Karsevaks is? How Many Karsevaks died in Ayodhya & Karsevaks Killed in Ayodhya. we will tell you some news that will blow your mind. During the battle of Babri masjid in Ayodhya, Hindus performed Kar Sevaks which is rath yatra for their ask. The government silently killed all the Kar Sevaks by firing. This article will tell you about the same and after reading this article you’re gonna get goosebumps.

What Was the Ayodhya Karseva Shooting?

The Ayodhya shooting describes when Uttar Pradesh police opened fire on civilians on two separate days after the Ram Rath Yatra on 30 October 1990 and 2 November 1990. The civilians were religious volunteers or Karsevaks who had gathered near the Ram Janmabhoomi site in Ayodhya. In state government records, at least 17 people are known to have died.

In September 1990, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), and the Shiv Sena launched an official campaign to rebuild the Ram Temple at the birthplace of Ram. The situation became unstable, The state government, led by Mulayam Singh Yadav, promised to secure the site and the city and close it permanently. Yadav assured the crowd that “no bird can fly to Ayodhya”.

Who Are Karsevaks?

A group of people demanded the making of the Ram Temple at the Ram Janmbhoomi, where the Babri masjid is made. They’re demanding their lord’s birthplace back from the Muslims. Let’s know the name of Karsevaks Killed in Ayodhya.

How Many Karsevaks Killed in Ayodhya

A total of 11 Karsevaks were killed in Ayodhya. Here are the names of Karsevaks who died during the Karseva and their residence.

How Many Karsevaks Killed in Ayodhya
Kar Sevaks Died in Ayodhya

List of Kar Sevaks Died in Ayodhya

  1. The Kothari Brothers (Kolkata)
  2. Setharam Mali (Jodhpur)
  3. Ramesh Kumar (Ganganagar)
  4. Mahavir Prasad (Faizabad)
  5. Ramesh Pandey (Ayodhya)
  6. Vasudev Gupta (Ayodhya)
  7. Sanjay Kumar (Muzaffarpur)
  8. Professor Mahendranath Arora (Jodhpur)
  9. An unnamed sadhu
  10. Rajendra Dharkar
  11. Babulal Tiwari (from the village of Nemavar)

List of people who were injured during the Karseva

  • Sangram Keshari Mohapatra (Odisha)
  • Sunil Kumar
  • Raj Narain Singh (Sultanpur)
  • Vishwajeet (Patel Nagar, Delhi)
  • Rambahadur (Badayun)
  • Abhay Kumar (Asansol)

Read this also: Black Day for Muslim Community, What Happened to Babri Masjid, Where Is Babri Masjid Now

After the Effect of the Conflict

The Indian media largely suppressed coverage of the shooting, but some local and international media covered it. The shooting had a profound impact on the national politics of Uttar Pradesh and India.

The Uttar Pradesh chief minister named ‘Mullah’ Mulayam Singh for his highly pro-Muslim anti-Hindu stance on the issue. He lost the 1991 elections with the Bharatiya Janata Party. In the next election on December 4, 1992, Mulayam Singh Yadav became the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh with the help of Kanshi Ram under the slogan “Jab Mile Mulayam Kanshi Ram Hawa Ho Gaye Jai Shri Ram”. To preserve peace, law, and order until justice is done

Members of the Hindu community organized a memorial service for the deceased Karsevaks at the Boat Club in New Delhi on April 4, 1991, which drew a large audience. A nationwide Vashti Kalash (funeral) program) was also initiated by those killed in the firing. In the years that followed, these organizations and their key leaders gained political and moral support.

On December 6, 1992, a large team of Kar Sevaks completely demolished the Babri Masjid.

now let’s talk in detail about

The Kothari Brothers (Karsevaks Killed in Ayodhya)

might be seeing this justice from heaven.. (said their sister Poornima Kothari.)

The Kothari Brothers
The Kothari Brothers

Karsevaks during the conflict, showed their bravery in taking Ram Janmbhoomi back.
Ram Kothari and Sharad Kothari are two Kothari brothers and members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP). They were the first ones to host the saffron flag on Babri Masjid.
They were renowned Karsevaks who gathered around 60 Karsevaks to Ayodhya on 22nd October 1990. They’ll march in front of Babri Masjid in saffron-colored clothes, which say “kafan” (shroud).

Kothari Brothers Story

They started their journey from Kolkata but had to stop at Banaras with the whole group as the railway stopped going further. They took up. taxi from Kolhapur and after that walked 200 km to reach Ayodhya. After facing the police, lathi charge, and tear gas they finally reached their destination on 30th October and hosted a saffron flag in Babri Masjid and raised history in Hindus.
They came again to Ayodhya on 2nd November where they were shot down by the government allegedly. The lane where they were shot down is called “Shahid Marg”
Their bodies were found at Hanuman Garhi Temple, near to Ram Mandir.

“This the first joy in the last 33 years. We waited for 33 years after the sacrifice of my brothers, and we are very happy. I have not forgotten anything about what happened to my brothers 33 years ago.. . Today, we can see the Ram Mandir in front of our eyes. But at some time we lost all hope we had… I thought I’d never be able to witness it… I am happy and proud… The sacrifice of my brothers is getting due respect today. “
sister of the Kothari brothers shared after getting the invitation to the Ram Mandir Inauguration Ceremony.

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Archita Jain

Hello, this is Archita Jain . I am currently pursuing Bachelors in Journalism and Mass Communication. I have a huge interest in learning new things and craving out it's facts. I love presenting new article and knowledge in front of you'll.

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