Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath ensure peace on Ayodhya verdict day by minute-to-minute monitoring

Bhopal, November 10, 2019 (Muslim Saleem): Chief Minister Kamal Nath has welcomed the Supreme Court’s verdict in the Ayodhya case. He has spoken to everyone to respect this decision with respect. Nath continuously kept in touch with the Chief Secretary, DGP, Collector, Commissioners and MLAs at every hour through the VC and reviewed the situation from moment to moment. Stayed in police headquarters for two hours and reviewed law and order. Talking to media in PHQ, he said that I request that the people of the state should not be part of any protest, celebration after this decision. I have appealed this earlier also.
People should maintain mutual brotherhood, restraint, peace and harmony. ‘Nath directed the police and administration officials to work proactively and alertly. Also, establish constant contact with citizens and tell them to be careful with rumors.
Discussed with Amit Shah
The Chief Minister said that I had a discussion on the phone with Home Minister Amit Shah in the morning. He told me that the central government is ready to provide any kind of assistance to the state government. I told him that the police and administration in the state had already made full preparations to maintain peace. There is peace in the entire state.
CM updates every hour
 Chief Secretary SR Mohanty informed Chief Minister Kamal Nath about the situation at 7 am. The Chief Minister canceled the Mandla tour and reached Bhopal.
 A patwari of Kumbhraj, Tehsil of Guna, was suspended due to objectionable posts on Facebook ID. For three days, the police and administration will be in patrolling together.
  Tomorrow is expected to be normal
Section 144 is applicable throughout MP. It is expected that the situation will be normal by Monday. The state government is not in a mood to relax it much on Sunday. If everything is normal till the evening, some companies will be removed on Monday. Based on intelligence information, 8 to 10 districts are being monitored considering them as very sensitive.
 Nobody lost: Shivraj
Former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said that everybody should respect the decision of the Supreme Court. Nobody lost in this. India is a historical and ancient nation. That is why we gave a message to the world. It is an appeal to everyone to keep MP an island of peace. Brotherhood should not be broken at any cost.
Appeal to the public: All should respect and respect the decision together
Procession is not allowed today on Edamiladunnabi
Chief Secretary SR Mohanty said that the procession has not been allowed on Sunday on Edamiladunnabi. All programs will be held inside the mosque. He told that all the collectors and SPs have been delegated the powers to decide immediately in a transparent manner instead of looking at the government.