Ayodhya Verdict: Pinarayi calls for peace in state
Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan urged all parties concerned to maintain peace and uphold normalcy in the state in the context of Supreme Court judgment.
He also said there should not be any intervention from anyone that destroys peace of the land. When Babri Majid was demolished, the people of Kerala acted with wisdom and composure and so there were no unpleasant incidents in the state, the CM added.
“The reaction towards the Supreme Court judgment should take into consideration the peace and unity of the land. We are all obliged to accept the SC verdict which is ultimate. Our priority should be to uphold peace and secularism that is ensured by our constitution. The government has all systems ready to ensure a peaceful environment.
Pinarayi Vijayan also stated that the police are on alert and that provocative responses will not be tolerated. He also added that he will respond more on the matter after details regarding the verdict comes out.
"The judgement has come on a matter which had caused a lot of bloodshed in this country. The court has confirmed that installing the Ram idol and demolition of Babri Masjid was illegal," he noted.
Recalling the violence that broke out across the country following Babri Masjid's demolition, Vijayan said, with this verdict, the legal issues with relation to the land dispute have come to a conclusion.