Political parties appeal to people to ensure harmony
Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Saturday urged the people to exercise restraint from voicing communally sensitive criticism in the wake of Supreme Court judgment on Ayodhya - Babri Masjid case. Almost all political parties in the State welcomed the judgment.
Amaravati: Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy on Saturday urged the people to exercise restraint from voicing communally sensitive criticism in the wake of Supreme Court judgment on Ayodhya - Babri Masjid case. Almost all political parties in the State welcomed the judgment.
After delivering judgement by the apex court, Jagan Mohan Reddy appealed to people not to resort to any kind of provocation on it. He explained that the Supreme Court had pronounced the judgement after the consent of all parties involved in the case. The petitioners agreed that they would abide by the judgement, he added.
The Chief Minister stated that everyone must restrain from provocative comments and urged the people to maintain religious harmony. The DGP Goutam Sawang urged the people to cooperate with the police in maintaining law and order. Sawang announced that the police had imposed restrictions on processions in the State to prevent untoward situations.
In a statement on Saturday, DGP explained that these restrictions are part of preventive measure and urged the people to cooperate with police to maintain peace. He asked the public to alert police.He appealed to the people to alert the police if they notice any kind of suspicious activity.
He suggested that the media gets the clarification from the police official concerned before reporting any incident of violence. TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu said, "The unanimous decision taken by the panel of esteemed judges must be respected. I request all to maintain peace and harmony."
Jana Sena president Pawan Kalyan tweeted that, "The healing and historical judgement by Supreme Court on Ram Janmabhoomi reflects the distilled wisdom of Indian Judiciary. We people of India wholeheartedly acknowledge the Supreme Court for upholding 'Dharma.' Bharath Matha ki Jai!!!."