Adilabad: Police heaved a sigh of relief with no untoward incidents taking place in the communally sensitive Bhainsa town, in the wake of Supreme Court’s verdict on Ayodhya tangle. Meanwhile, various sections welcomed the judgment.
Bhainsa DSP Rajesh Bhalla told ‘Telangana Today’ that 200 policemen including 10 Inspectors and 10 Sub-Inspectors, 40 personnel belonging to Armed Reserve and 40 of Telangana State Special Police’s (TSSP- Indian Reserve) were deployed on the streets and near religious structures of the town. No untoward incident was reported till evening, he said.
The police officer said the force would be deployed till Monday in view of Milad-ul-Nabi festival slated for Sunday.
Jagadish Agarwal, Sanathan Hindu Utsav Samithi of Adilabad district headquarters, founder president said the verdict ensured justice for all. “The Supreme Court did not show any partiality towards any section while pronouncing the verdict that had been pending for 134 years. We welcome the judgment,” he said.
Police pickets were set up at important junctions of Mancherial, Nirmal, Kumram Bheem Asifabad district headquarters to prevent any untoward incidents. Ramagundam Commissionerate Additional DCP (law and order) cautioned the public that stern action would be taken against those who hurt sentiments of any religion. He sought people’s cooperation in maintaining law and order.
People from different fields expressed happiness over the verdict which put an end to the long pending issue. They said the judgment would prevent political parties from dividing the public using religion.