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Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Maintain peace and law and order in view of the decision of the Supreme Court on the upcoming Ram temple and Babri Masjid: District Magistrate

Maintain peace and law and order in view of the decision of the Supreme Court on the upcoming Ram temple and Babri Masjid: District Magistrate


5-Nov-2019
Dipak Kumar
Gazipur
In the coming days, a meeting of people of the area at the Gahmar police station to maintain peace and law and order in the context of the Supreme Court's decision on Ram temple and Babri Masjid, late Monday evening, Deputy District Magistrate Vikram Singh headed and inspector in-charge Rajiv Kumar Concluded under the leadership of Singh.
In the above meeting, in this meeting of enlightened people including the village head of the entire village including the imam of the mosques, priests of the temples of the area, Deputy District Magistrate Vikram Singh appealed that in the coming few days in the Supreme Court on the Ram Janmabhoomi / Babri Masjid, the matter is under consideration I request you to respect the decision of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in view of the possible decision in India. We will try to maintain peace and law and order in our region

 And the decision of the Supreme Court will be respected by all parties in favor of anyone. Also, do not spread any kind of rumor and do not let it spread, if anyone spreads the rumor, then the administrative officials will make them aware of it. In-charge Inspector Rajiv Kumar Singh, while addressing the people, said that after the decision is arrived, their neighborhoods will maintain an atmosphere of brotherhood and harmony in the surrounding area.

 The decision of the Supreme Court can hurt the sentiment of any community in Hindu Muslim communities, so avoid reacting, immediately refute any information circulating on mobile or social media which is hurt by any party and aware of the administrative authorities Get it done. If someone shares a post that affects someone's sentiment on social networking sites like Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram, please inform the administrative authorities.
Messages affecting national unity integrity are a punishable offense on social media, Section 153A / 153B of the Indian Penal Code and Section 66D (A) of Information and Technology.
  On this occasion, all the outpost Incharge including Jurnal Singh, Durga Chaurasia, Ejaz Khan, Israr Khan, Javed, Saddik, Tahir, Ramikbal, Sunil Bharti, Ashraf Raza, Vijay Yadav, Laxmikant Upadhyay, Manuddin Khan, Shivanand Upadhyay etc. were present. .