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Alertness of Shah helped security coordination with States

Alertness of Shah helped security coordination with States
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A hands-on approach of Home Minister Amit Shah, who telephoned several chief ministers over the last two days to ensure peace in run up to and after the verdict in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case, paid off as there was no report of any untoward incident from anywhere in the country, officials said on Sunday.

New Delhi : A hands-on approach of Home Minister Amit Shah, who telephoned several chief ministers over the last two days to ensure peace in run up to and after the verdict in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case, paid off as there was no report of any untoward incident from anywhere in the country, officials said on Sunday.

Shah, who cancelled several engagements on Saturday when the Supreme Court delivered the verdict, was personally closely monitoring the law and order situation across the country over the past few days so that no communal flare up takes place after the judgement on the century-old dispute is pronounced.

The home minister has telephoned several chief ministers, especially of the states considered to be sensitive, took stock of the situation there and urged them to remain alert, an official privy to the activities said. The home minister told the chief ministers to inform him immediately if there is any untoward incident and assured them all possible urgent central help would provided if needed.

Such a hands-on approach and alertness of the Union home minister helped in sensitising the chief ministers the seriousness of the central government in ensuing complete peace in any eventuality, the official said. Among the chief ministers whom Shah has spoken to in the last two days include those from the ruling BJP, opposition Congress and regional parties ruled states.

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