No matter, how strong or weak the voices of dissent and disagreement were, Ram as the King of Ayodhya made sure that each and every single voice of dissent raised by an individual should be respected and should be taken into confidence before proceeding with the course of action.
For that he left no stone unturned, even if that meant, abandoning his own wife to prove her innocence before the revolting masses in the public. However, these moves may be criticised, but he never labelled those voices of dissent as Anti National or Tukede Tukde Gang nor did he ask those individuals to leave the nation and go to the neighbouring one’s (like Pakistan etc.).
Moreover, he also made sure that anyone from the public regardless of their social or economic status can come up to his palace at any point of time and the issue of the individual will be addressed without any delay. He was of the opinion that even if a single person from the public is feeling unrest then He as a King has no right to be in comfort and in restfulness.
He also never differentiated between personal and political life when it came to establishing ideals for the masses. In striving for such ideals he had to even abandon his wife, Sita, as a few voices among the masses questioned her character and later he had to abandon his own younger brother Laxman, though he was so dear to him, in order to stick to his words.
As a king, he never differentiated between common masses and near and dear one’s. In this way, he never played favouritism as it is common under the present regime.
It is to be noted that in order to establish such ideals he stayed away from all kind of pomposity and he was always there whenever his people needed him, unlike the present JNUVC who always resort to running away from the venues whenever he is confronted with tough questions and not even once did he cam\\ome over to meet the injured students when they are attacked.
Such values are hardly emulated by the representatives of the present regime. That’s why we are never against Ram or Ramayana, but we are against the politicisation and commercialisation of Ramayana.