Ayodhya verdict: District Collectors instruct to exercise restraint
Kozhikode: District Collectors in the state have requested the public to exercise restraint in the wake of the Supreme Court pronouncing the verdict in the communally sensitive case of Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute in Ayodhya. The apex court is scheduled to pronounce the verdict at 10.30 am on Saturday. Collectors have instructed people to maintain the secular values and integrity of the country.
In Facebook posts, they have asked the people to refrain from victory celebrations and protests in whatever situation that may arise in this regard. Collectors have also requested people to ensure religious harmony in the state.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has appealed to all citizens to exercise restraint when reacting to the Supreme Court verdict.
Meanwhile, Kasaragod Collector D Sajith Babu said that prohibitory orders have been issued in areas under five police station limits with effect from 10.30 pm on November 8.
"Prohibitory orders have been issued at areas under the Manjeshwaram, Kumbala, Kasaragod, Chendera and Hosdurg police station limits. It is for next three days starting from 10.30 pm on November 8 and ends on November 11, 12 pm," he said.