A five-member bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi of the Supreme Court is expected to give a decision on the issue. In such a situation, the security system in the entire country is chalk-proof.
The Supreme Court will pronounce the verdict in the Ayodhya verdict tomorrow at 10:30 am on Saturday. Explain that in view of the decision in the Ayodhya case, the Union Home Ministry has instructed all the states to be vigilant. A senior official of the Ministry of Home Affairs said on the condition of anonymity that a general advice has been given to all the states and union territories.
A five-member bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi of the Supreme Court is expected to give a decision on the issue. In such a situation, the security system in the entire country is chalk-proof. The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued advisory to other states including Uttar Pradesh to strengthen the security system.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath said that officers should be fully alert and ready to maintain peace in the state. Simultaneously, CM Yogi directed that those who create chaos and chaos should not be spared and action should be taken in time. Meanwhile, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court has summoned the DGP and Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh. It is being told that Chief Secretary Rajendra Tiwari and DGP OP Singh have reached the Supreme Court to meet Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi.
Director General of Police Dilbag Singh held a high-level meeting in Police Control Room Jammu on Friday as part of an effort to maintain security in Jammu and Kashmir before the Ayodhya verdict came. In this, a strategy was made to deal with any kind of situation and to maintain security in the state. Vigilance has been increased in the state. Care is being taken in every street. The judgment on the Ram temple and Babri Masjid land dispute in Ayodhya is coming at Saturday 9 November 2019.
According to sources, a meeting of the Chief Justice and officers has started regarding preparations before a possible decision on Ayodhya. Additional personnel of 4000 Para Military Force have been sent from the Center in Ayodhya.
PM Modi's appeal:
Before the decision in the Ayodhya case, PM Narendra Modi held a cabinet meeting and advised the ministers that there should be no provocative and unnecessary rhetoric. He appealed to cooperate in maintaining peace and harmony in the country by taking a decision on the Ayodhya dispute.",
CM Yogi Adityanath on#Ayodhya verdict: It is the responsibility of all to maintain peaceful atmosphere. Administration is determined to ensure safety to everyone. Action will be taken against those who take law in their hands. (File pic) pic.twitter.com/k3TioveTjh— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) November 8, 2019
Dr. S Gupta,Inspector General of Police, Ayodhya Range: I would like to request people that there is no need to panic, whatever be the verdict (in Ayodhya case) no one should deliver inciting speech, don't post any wrong statements on social media. We are on alert&keeping an eye. pic.twitter.com/JbTi8PPeKT— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) November 8, 2019