Think Before You Post on Social Media Regarding Ayodhya Verdict: Police Closely Monitors

Think Before You Post on Social Media Regarding Ayodhya Verdict: Police Closely Monitors

November 8: Ahead of the Supreme Court’s verdict on the Ayodhya land dispute case, Police Commissioner P.S. Harsha said that the police were now closely watching social media posts. Commissioner Harsha has warned that the police would deal firmly against those who used social media to disturb peace and spread rumours.
The judgment is likely to be announced before November 15. If there were any posts on social media which would come in the way of maintaining law and order, the police would deal firmly against those who posted and forwarded them, he warned.
The Commissioner said that court verdicts were interpretation of law as per the mandate of the Constitution. There was nothing called “for” and “against” in a verdict. No celebrations or protests as a reaction to the Ayodhya land dispute verdict would be allowed.
Deputy Commissioner of Dakshina Kannada District Sindhu B. Rupeshhas made an earnest appeal to people not to react in a hurry to any situation arising out of the verdict. If there were any issues it should be brought to the notice of the district administration.
B.M. Laxmi Prasad, Superintendent of Police, and M.J. Roopa, Additional Deputy Commissioner, were present.

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