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Centre dispatches 4,000 armed personnel to Ayodhya ahead of the verdict

The Ministry of Home Affairs also sent an advisory to all the States to maintain “law and order” as the Ayodhya verdict is set to be announced in few days.

 

In wake of the much awaited Supreme Court judgement on the Babri Masjid- Ram Janmabhoomi litigation, Centre has rushed around 4,000 personnel of the central armed police forces to Ayodhya where the disputed site is located.



The Ministry of Home Affairs also sent an advisory to all the States to maintain “law and order” as the verdict is set to be announced in few days. “We have sent an advisory to all States, asking them to keep a watch on law and order as the verdict is announced,” said a senior government official.

The appeals against the 2010 Allahabad High Court’s judgment on the title-suits filed by both Hindu and Muslim parties have been heard by a five-judge Bench of the Supreme Court for 40 days. The court has reserved judgment.

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