Community leaders decide to accept & follow restraint
Ayodhya verdict : Police conduct meeting
Nashik: Everyone will respect the Supreme Court verdict over the sensitive issue of the Ram Janmabhumi and Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, as an Indian, expressed leaders across all religions on Wednesday. The leaders unanimously expressed their decision in a peace committee meeting held at the police commissionerate. The unity of Hindus and Muslims was shown on the occasion.
“We are all committed to maintaining peace in city”, assured all community leaders. The verdict on Ayodhya issue is expected in a week. On the backdrop of this, city police commissionerate organised a joint meeting of peace committee members and principal religious leaders of all communities to prevent any untoward incident.
Mahants of various akhadas, trustees of masjids and dargahs, Mujawar, Maulavi and peace committee members were present for the meeting. Some members while tabling their suggestions that social media and some miscreants should be monitored and take precaution that no one will burst firecrackers.
While citing historic cultural and religious tradition of Nashik, Commissioner of Police Vishwas Nangre Patil urged, “No one should celebrate the verdict and no one should take to the street to condemn it. Nashik has a good culture of thoughts. We have to nurture ourselves. A positive thought is needed.
Do not spread rumours. Give a proper message to children who are short-tempered and keep them calm. Maintain the name of this peace-loving city.” Deputy commissioner of police Laxmikant Patil, Amol Tambe and Vijay Kharat were present on the dais.
Mahant of Digambar akhada Ramkishoredas Shastri Mahraj, mahant BhakticharandasMaharaj, trustee of Badi Durgah Haji Saiyyad Wasim Pirzada, Raza Academy’s Raza Makrani, Ramsingh Bavri and others were also present.
Nashik is a peace-loving city. It is known for this in the country and abroad. No one will celebrate or condemn Ayodhya verdict. We will maintain brotherhood among us as it is. Mahants in all akhadas have decided this.
– Mahant Bhakticharandas Maharaj. All India Shatdarshan Akhada Parishad
Originally this dispute is of not about Babri Masjid and Lord Ram temple, but it is a dispute of land. If everybody is noted this, nothing will happen after the verdict. Whatever is the decision it will be in favour of India. Respect it abiding the Constitution.
– Haji Wasim Pirzada, trustee Badi Dargah