In the past, Muslim groups held demonstrations and protests on the anniversary of the mosque's demolition.
But over the years, there has been a decline in such protests. Except in a few cities like Delhi and Hyderabad, there are no major rallies.
Interestingly, while a large section of Muslims have now reconciled to the status quo and don't have any hope about reconstruction of mosque on the site, Dalit groups have been running the campaign in Uttar Pradesh (UP).
In this photo above, the graffiti on the wall says, 'Ab Dalito.n ki majburi hai, Babri masjid zaroori hai'. The organisation is Babri Masjid Nav-Nirman Sena which has district level chiefs in Uttar Pradesh.
Dr Bhai Tej Singh, who heads Ambedkar Samaj Party, has been a moving force behind the Babri Masjid Navnirman Sena, which was cretaed a few years ago.
The Sena president Dr Jagbir Singh affirmed that his organisation would continue to raise voice and participate in the struggle for building Babri Masjid, and will extend full cooperation to the Muslim brethren in this movement.
The then, PM, PV Narasimha Rao, had come on TV, and promised that the mosque would be built again at the same spot.
However, it was a lie. He lied to crores of Indians in his message to nation.
Muslims have trust in law and expected that mosque would be reconstructed, but it couldn't happen. With passing years, the hope too faded that this would ever happen.