Ayodhya case: VHP prohibits un-restrained statements
Ayodhya case: VHP prohibits un-restrained statements

Lucknow: The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) is also cautious about the Supreme Court's verdict on the Ram temple and the Babri Masjid case in Ayodhya. Before the verdict comes, the VHP has banned it from making unrestrained statements, so that the atmosphere does not deteriorate. If sources are to be believed, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is more sensitive to the Ram temple decision.

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Before and after its decision, there is no bad environment of any kind, many level meetings are going on. Major leaders of the Sangh have camped in Delhi. Provincial campaigners and smaller officials are holding meetings in their respective provinces and requesting to maintain restraint and peace in many ways. The Sangh has given special responsibility to the Muslim National Forum regarding this, after which efforts are being made to create an atmosphere of peace and peace by communicating with the big Muslim faces.

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The Vishwa Hindu Parishad is in constant contact with the Sant Samaj and is discussing with them. The Yogi government has already banned the unrestrained rhetoric of its bigoted ministers, so as not to spoil any kind of atmosphere. However, Muslim religious leaders and Maulana are also trying their best to establish harmony and peace in this matter.

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