UP CM Urges People To Maintain Peace And harmony, Amid Ayodhya Verdict

UP CM Urges People To Maintain Peace And harmony, Amid Ayodhya Verdict

UP CM Urges People To Maintain Peace And harmony, Amid Ayodhya Verdict 

New Delhi: Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of  Uttar Pradesh, issued an appeal on Friday, urging people not to see the Supreme Court’s verdict in the Ayodhya title suit, which is likely to be delivered on Saturday, as “victory or loss”.

Yogi Adityanath said it was the responsibility of everyone to ensure peace and harmony in the state.

The government was committed to maintaining law and order in the state, said the cheif minister.

“The government will deal sternly with anyone who is found disturbing peace,” he said.

The five-judge bench of the Supreme Court will deliver its landmark verdict on the politically-sensitive Ayodhya dispute case at 10:30am on Saturday.

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The Ayodhya dispute involves 2.77 acres of land in Ayodhya, which right-wing activists believe was the birthplace of Lord Ram. A 16th Century mosque - said to have been built by the Mughal Emperor Babur -- which stood at the spot was razed in December 1992 by right-wing activists. 2,000 people died in riots across the country, in the days that followed.
In its 2010 verdict, the Allahabad High Court had divided the disputed land among the three main litigants--the Sunni Waqf Board, the Nirmohi Akhara and Ram Lalla. Fourteen appeals were filed against the judgement.
In order to maintain law and order, multi-layered security measures have been put in place in Ayodhya, with drones being used to monitor the situation.The Ayodhya police have launched a mobile application by which they will monitor the ground situation with the help of 16,000 volunteers.

"Adequate forces have been provided to Ayodhya and all sensitive districts of the state. The force has been sufficiently strengthened with CAPF and PAC companies," Additional Director General of Police PV Ramasastry was quoted by news agency PTI as saying.

The centre on Thursday issued an alert to all states and union territories about posting adequate security at sensitive places. It has sent 4000 paramilitary personnel to Uttar Pradesh in view of the upcoming judgment.

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