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High Alert Across The Country Before Ayodhya Verdict:- The whole country is kept on high alert before the Supreme Court will pronounce its verdict on Ayodhya's case today. To maintain peace, law and order, the Centre alerted all the state governments and private security has been deployed across the country. The verdict on Ram Janmabhoomi - Babri Masjid land dispute case in Ayodhya is out after 134 years after the incident took place. Keeping the verdict aside, the states are on high alert and people are asked not to gather in groups to avoid a harmonious atmosphere.
All agencies including state police, SRP, RAF would be on high alert. Security beefed up across Gujarat before the verdict. In Ahmedabad, special bandobast was ordered in wake of Eid--e-Milad which has been enforced with SRP deployments. The cops appealed to the people to maintain peace and respect the verdict. Supreme Court will pronounce its verdict on Ayodhya case today at 10.30 AM. The country was put on alert to prevent religious violence that could erupt following the verdict in an emotive issue.
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