Madhya Pradesh's head of government, Kamal Nath, said Saturday that the situation in the state after the verdict of Ayodhya was peaceful and that it would be an example of harmony for the country. .
"Five to six minor incidents have been reported, including one or two unrelated to the verdict. But overall, peace reigns in the state, "Nath told reporters in Bhopal.
Describing the decision verdict based on consensus rather than dispute, Nath called on the public not to take part in any kind of celebration or demonstration.
"Brotherhood and peace and harmony must be maintained," he said. "The state is ours. And it is the responsibility of everyone, not just the government, that fraternity and mutual understanding are not spoiled. "
Mr. Nath said he had a discussion with the Minister of the Interior of the Union, Amit Shah, who had provided state assistance when needed. "Since the police and the government have been preparing for the verdict well in advance, we do not need central help at the moment," Nath said. The police took security measures for two more days.
He added that there should be no policy on the decision and that religion should be kept out of politics.
Former BJP chief minister and leader Shivraj Singh Chouhan said everyone should respect the verdict. "Ours is a historic country. And we have always sent the message of peace to the world. I appeal to all to maintain peace and harmony. Madhya Pradesh should continue to be an island of peace. "
Pragya Thakur, MP for Bhopal, said: "Congratulations to all the judges. Greetings to them. And Jai Shri Ram all over the country. "
At the same time, the Guna District Administration suspended Kumbhraj Tehsil's patwari for posting reprehensible comments about the verdict on Facebook.