Bhatkal: APCR submits memorandum seeking maintenance of law and order post Ayodhya verdict

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Quazi | Published on 9th November 2019, 12:03 AM | Coastal News |

Bhatkal: Ahead of the verdict on the Ayodhya dispute, the Association for Protection of Civil Rights (APCR) Uttara Kannada district committee submitted a memorandum to district administration seeking district and statewide law and order.

M R Manvi, a journalist, speaking on the occasion introduced APCR. He said that APCR is providing all kinds of legal aid to the exploited and oppressed people in around 18 states. The organization has also been raising voice against those who have been indulged in disturbing law and order.

The memorandum was submitted to district administration through Bhatkal Assistant Commissioner Sajid Ahmed Mulla. The memorandum stated that the Supreme Court will be issuing the verdict on Ayodhya dispute before 17th November, 2019. Some miscreants may try to deteriorate the law and order post-verdict. Hence, precautionary measures should be taken beforehand .

'Meanwhile, some may try to disturb the atmosphere by spreading rumours on social media platforms including Facebook and WhatsApp. An eye should be kept on such people along with social media chats. Any communal violence or hatred in the society should not be given any chance'.

'Post verdict, WhatsApp should be banned for at least 4-5 days, whereas tight eye should be kept on Facebook accounts. By deploying heavy police forces, priority should be given to maintain peace and harmony. Also, a peace meeting should be chaired with the community leaders', they urged.

On this occasion, APCR state executive member Inayatullah Gawai, Uttara Kannada district President Maulana Zubair S M, District Secretary Qamaruddin Mashaikh, other members Sanaullah Asadi, Nazeer Kashimji, Advocata Tameem, Abdul Jabbar Asadi, Yahya Hallare and many others were present.

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