Bengaluru: No untoward incident in state after Ayodhya verdict – Home minister


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, Nov 10: Home minister Basavaraj Bommai said that no untoward incidents have taken place in the state after the Ayodhya verdict pronounced by the Supreme Court on Saturday, November 9.

Speaking to the press, Bommai said, "Supreme Court has investigated the Ayodhya issue from ann angles and has given its verdict. People belonging to all religions were requested to take the verdict with an open mind. People of the state have acted in the right manner. The same peace and harmony has to continue in the state and country. Our officials are on their toes to maintain peace all the time."

"Prime Minister Narendra Modi, several leaders of both the religions as well as the union government had requested the citizens of the country not to indulge in any kind of celebration of the verdict, which may irk the other community. Accordingly, all the public have acted sensibly and not caused any harm to the emotions of any community.

"The police department of the state is on high alert as there is Eid Milad and private celebrations of Tipu Jayanti in the next two days in the state. Cyber Crime department of the police is continuously monitoring the social media activities. In fact, the Cyber Crime police are monitoring the social media for the past one month to avoid any anti-social elements trying to disturb peace in the society. Certain organizations are trying to incite communal feelings. Such organizations are being monitored round the clock."

Heavy police Bandobast was done throughout the district of Dakshina Kannada from the night of Friday, November 8 in the wake of the Ayodhya verdict. In addition, prohibitory orders were in place in the city limits of Mangaluru with section 144 put in place. DC Sindhu Roopesh had ordered the closure of all schools and colleges as well as the liquor selling outlets. The movement of vehicles and people was scant for the same reason.

Police conducted route march on the morning of Saturday, November 9 at sensitive places of the city of Mangaluru like Ullal, Thokkottu, Konaje, Carstreet, Kudroli, Kandatpalli, Katipalla, Krishnapura, Ganeshpura and Suratkal. City police commissioner Dr P S Harsha also took part in the route march. No report of untoward incident is received from any part of Dakshina Kannada district.

The police were on high alert in the district of Udupi also in the wake of the Ayodhya verdict. SP Nisha James said, "There is information that some youths celebrated the verdict and burst fire crackers under the limits of Billadi gram panchayat. All the details with regards to this incident are available with the police department. Decision will be taken to take suitable action against the erring youths after the order of the deputy commissioner are received."

  

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  • KRPrabhu, Bangalore

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    That is power.

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  • Alex, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    If they were in opposition we would have definitely witnessed the opposite

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  • Samad, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    But they couldn't prove there was temple before...We Muslim have always teached to be in Peace..Unless it doesn't hurt our sentiments.

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  • abdul munim, mangaluru

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    how can there be any untoward incidents sir? People who create are ruling the country as well as the state.

    Jai everyone.

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  • H.A.Sayed, Udupi- Muscat

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    A well balanced verdict. Every one Respected Its nobody's victory or defeat

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  • dylan, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    Good judgement and peace in the city, state and country, we have to thank the almighty for this. By the way before building any place of worship for any religion our very own Pumpwell flyover should be completed first.

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  • Nazim khan, Dubai

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    If the verdict was all together opposite. this statement as would have been different !!!

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    People have bigger problems of Roti, Kapda & Makan ...

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  • Roshan Rodrigues, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    What do you want?

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  • YOGI THUNTA, MANGALURU - NEAR PUMPWELL CIRCLE

    Sun, Nov 10 2019

    People tired and sick of the daily life and who bothered about the VERDICT ! This was hype made by media and politician !! People responded in a right way and all the expectations by politicians and media gone to wind as they would have been made some sort of TRP and VOTES !

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