Ayodhya Verdict Live Updates: All India Muslim Personal Law Board Respect the verdict but the judgement is not satisfactory

The Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi discussed the security preparations of the state before the verdict in the Ayodhya case today.


New Delhi| The five-member constitution bench of the Supreme Court will pronounce verdict in the Ayodhya dispute on Saturday. The court has scheduled it at 10.30 am, a bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi will announce the verdict. The bench had reserved the judgment on October 16 after hearing the arguments of the Hindu and Muslim parties for 40 days.

Earlier, in the day Ranjan Gogoi met several senior officers, including Uttar Pradesh Chief Secretary RK Tiwari, DGP Omprakash Singh. The Chief Justice discussed the security preparations of the state before the verdict in the Ayodhya case. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, who is presiding over the Constitution Bench, will retire on November 17.

The administration deployed 100 companies of the force

Ayodhya district is divided into four zones – Red, Yellow, Green and Blue. Of these, 48 sectors have been created. The disputed premises are located in the Red Zone. According to the police, a security plan is being prepared so that the entire Ayodhya can be sealed in one order. The administration has sought an additional 100 companies of paramilitary forces when the time for the decision comes to a close. Earlier, 47 companies of security forces arrived at the Deep Festival which is still being deployed.

Deployed 16000 volunteers

Ayodhya police have deployed 16,000 volunteers at 1600 places in the district to monitor the spread of any kind of propaganda on social media or inflammatory content against any sect. 3000 people are being identified and monitored to prevent disturbance.

Our Preparations Complete: DM

Ayodhya DM Anuj Kumar said the administration has completed the preparations. However, in the wake of the verdict, people living near the disputed site are depositing ration in their homes. However, they have been assured that normal life will not be affected. There has also been talk about the opening of schools after the decision.

Railways cancelled RPF holidays

In view of the ruling on Ayodhya, the Rail Police (RPF) has also issued advisory. In the 7-page document sent to all zone offices, special monitoring has been asked to monitor the platform, station, and yard. At the same time, we have been asked to identify sensitive areas of violence and places where anti-social elements can

hide explosives.

Security has been asked to increase at 78 congested stations, including stations in Mumbai, Delhi, Maharashtra, and Uttar Pradesh. Also, special monitoring has been sought for the railway station and religious places nearby. The RPF has cancelled the holidays of all its employees and has called for additional forces to be deployed in the trains before the decision is taken on Ayodhya.

The Allahabad High Court had asked to divide the disputed land into 3 parts

In 2010, the Allahabad High Court had ruled that the 2.77-acre area of ​​Ayodhya should be divided evenly into three parts. One part met the Sunni Waqf Board, the other the Nirmohi Arena and the third Ramlala Virajman. 14 petitions were filed in the Supreme Court against the High Court verdict.

Delhi Police has said that given the possible order in the Ayodhya case, we are planning a comprehensive police system and all precautionary steps will be taken. District police commissioners and house station officers have been directed to increase surveillance and intensify patrols in community sensitive areas.

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PM Modi appeals to people to maintain Peace and Harmony in the nation. He said, “Whatever decision of the Supreme Court will come on Ayodhya, it will not be a victory or defeat for anyone. My appeal to the countrymen is that it should be the priority of all of us that this decision should further strengthen the great tradition of peace, unity and goodwill of India.”


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