Ayodhya Verdict: VHP plea for Security measures in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Telangana today submitted a letter to the Director General of Police,  requesting him  to take sufficient security measures on the occasion of Ayodhya Sri Ram Janmabhoomi verdict.

 VHP State President, M Ramaraju, said in the latter that some forces in Telangana are constantly trying to incite communal hatred in the society.  Particularly hate speeches of  AIMIM party leaders have disrupted peace in the state.  “We bring to your attention the recent deliberate attacks on the festivals and celebrations of Hindus in many parts of the state. 

Some forces with Islamic communal extremist ideology are constantly trying to create confrontations in the society, even through the social media.  It is already noticed that Islamic terrorist sources have emerged in capital city Hyderabad as well as in many districts of Telangana.  In recent times, there have been numerous attacks on Hindus in various parts of the State.   As Supreme court has ended hearings and is ready to issue verdict on Ayodhya Sri Ram janmabhoomi case, we request you to take proper measures to safeguard the peace in the state, especially to prevent attacks on hindus.  In view of the past experiences in Adilabad, Bhansa, Nirmal, Nizamabad, Bodhan, Armoor, Kamareddy, Jagitial, Karimnagar, Asifabad, Khagajnagar, Warangal, Nalgonda, Narsapur, Sangareddy, Mahabubnagar, Kosgi, Tandoor, Utkooram, Nagarkurnool, Siddipet and some part of Hyderabad like old city,  Viswa Hindu Parishad requests you to deploy sufficient forces especially in these sensitive areas to protect Hindus’, the letter added.

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