Hindu-Muslim religious leaders did not pay attention to the anniversary of Babri demolition, security tightened


Ayodhya: Hindu and Muslim religious leaders are talking about not paying much attention to the anniversary of Babri demolition as the Supreme Court has given its verdict on the Ayodhya dispute. Police do not want to take any risk on this occasion. The official said that in view of the decision of the Supreme Court on the Ayodhya case on November 9, the same kind of security arrangements were made in Ayodhya.

It is noteworthy that right-wing Hindu organizations used to celebrate on the anniversary of demolition of the structures at the disputed site. At the same time, some Muslim organizations mourned on this day. This time, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) said that “the day of sorrow will be celebrated” “but it is up to the people”. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), which is still on this day As the day was celebrated, Babri has decided not to celebrate the 27th anniversary of the demolition.

AIFPLB Senior Officer Zafaryab Jilani said, “Yum-e-gum will be celebrated as it was last year. However, it is up to the people whether they join or not. “VHP spokesperson Sharad Sharma said,” There will be no public event. People can burn mud lamps in various temples. It is also to be noted that Truth has won and now the celebration has no relevance. ”

Mahant Nritya Gopal Das, the head of the Ramjanmabhoomi Nyas, also appealed not to make this day as Shaurya Day on 30 November. He had said that there is no justification for such an event after the Supreme Court verdict. Maulana Shafiq Alam of the Tehri Bazar Mosque near Ram Janmabhoomi said on Thursday that the Namaz of Jumme will be held at one o’clock in the mosque. He said that 150 to 200 namazis are expected to attend it. Shafiq Alam recalled the day before the Supreme Court verdict on November 8, saying, “There are 40-50 Muslim families in this area, out of which 30 families have sent women to another place.” Some financially strong families had moved to second place before the court verdict. ”

He said, “Most people returned after 14 November. There was no clash here but people are unhappy about the decision. I too had gone to my native place in Bihar and returned on 19 November. The police was very helpful. ”Shafiq Alam accused outsiders of spoiling the atmosphere in Ayodhya, and said that his Hindu neighbors were very good.

He said, “Even during the wedding or any other celebration, they stop the music during the Namaz. Meanwhile, a senior Uttar Pradesh official said that security in Ayodhya is tight. Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) PV Ram Shastri told PTI-Bhasha, “The security arrangements on December 6 will be a continuation of the security arrangements made on November 9.” Ayodhya Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Ashish Tiwari said That the entire district is divided into four sectors, 10 sectors and 14 sub-sectors.

SSP said, “78 posts have been set up with sand bags in which armed police personnel have been deployed. Blockers have been put in place to control traffic. 269 ​​police booths have been set up in sensitive areas. ”Tiwari said 305 mischievous elements have been identified and action has been initiated against them. In addition, nine Rapid Action Teams have been deployed.

“Five arrest parties have been formed to deal with any emergency, besides 10 temporary imprisonment,” he said. Tiwari said the anti-nuisance team is searching hotels, dharamshalas and other public places . He said that people are appealed to immediately report any suspicious activity or person to the police. The SSP said that the public has been told not to fall prey to any rumors and maintain harmony. He said, “Emphasis is being laid on building trust and sadhus, businessmen and academics are being approached in this regard.


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