Punjab CM appeals for calm ahead of Ayodhya verdict
Hours before the Supreme Court was expected to deliver its verdict in the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday reviewed the state's law and order situation and appealed to the people to remain calm under all circumstances.
The Chief Minister discussed the situation with Director General of Police Dinkar Gupta and other senior officers, an official statement said.
Amarinder Singh directed the officers to remain on high alert and take all the steps to ensure that the state's peace and harmony is not disturbed at any cost.
According to an official spokesperson, the Chief Minister asked the police and other agencies to keep tab on suspected troublemakers, and to take immediate and stern action against anyone found trying to disturb the law and order.
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