Ayodhya verdict… Judgement historic, remain away from rumours: CM
Says Uttarakhand is a peace loving state and we should work hard to maintain peace and harmony.
Terming the decision of the Supreme Court (SC) on Ram Janmabhoomi case as a historic one, the Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has welcomed the decision of the court. In a statement, the CM appealed to the people to take the decision of SC in a positive sense and remain away from wrong utterances and rumours. He said that Uttarakhand is a peace-loving State and we should work hard to maintain peace and harmony. The CM said that the State Government has taken extensive security measures.
Terming the judgement as the one whicsh would further strengthen the unity of the country. He said that the SC has delivered a unanimous decision on an issue which was pending for a long time. The CM said that the unity in diversity is the cultural identity of the country and the decision of SC carries the essence of this unity forward.
The president of the State unit of BJP, Ajay Bhatt, said that the SC has given the right of land to lord Ram and given 5 acre of land to Muslims to build a mosque.
He said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has rightly said that no one has won and no one has lost after the judgement of the SC.
SC judgement landmark- Rajnath
The Union defence minister Rajnath Singh has said that the Supreme Court (SC) has delivered a landmark judgement in the Ram Janmabhoomi case and everyone should respect the judgement. He said that the judgement would give a boost the communal harmony. Singh further said that the SC judgement should not be viewed as loss or victory and appealed that peace and harmony should be maintained.
Sunday, 10 November 2019 | PNS | Dehradun
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