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Narendra Modi Appeals For Peace Post Verdict

Ahmedabad, Sep 30 : Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to people to maintain peace after the Ayodhya verdict and said those who were not able to digest the progress of the state were
PTI September 30, 2010 10:49 IST
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Ahmedabad, Sep 30 : Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to people to maintain peace after the Ayodhya verdict and said those who were not able to digest the progress of the state were conspiring to disturb its social fabric.

"It is my humble prayer to all the stakeholders of the society to be extra careful from elements hell bent on ruining the social fabric of Gujarat," Modi said in a statement issued here.

"Gujarat has to remain extra cautious as a border state. In no way can Gujarat tolerate the evil eyes and ill-intentions of the adversaries of the nation. The peace-loving people of Gujarat have long back buried violence, curfews and communal riots," he further said.

"With the Apex court removing the impediment, I am sure of an early legal recourse for a solution to the dispute over Ramjanmabhoomi at Ayodhya," Modi said.

 Ahead of the verdict all police commissioners and district superintendents of Gujarat have been directed to tighten security in their respective areas. PTI