Ayodhya: Anticipating deterioration of the regulation and order state of affairs and to take care of communal concord forward of the Supreme Court docket’s last verdict within the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case, the Ayodhya administration has banned tv debates in public locations within the metropolis.
A number of tv channels had been anticipated to host debates on the Ram Janmabhoomi situation at public locations in Ayodhya through the grand Diwali celebration — Deepotsav — and on the day the Supreme Court docket delivers its verdict. However the district administration has now banned tv channels from holding debates in public locations in Ayodhya.
Ayodhya District Justice of the Peace Anuj Kumar Jha stated, “I’ve banned tv channels from holding public debates in public locations in Ayodhya as they might trigger breach of peace and result in communal unrest.
“We’ve got carried out prohibitory orders in Ayodhya. I’ve not issued a written order banning TV debates, however it’s lined underneath Part 144 of the Felony Process Code (CrPC) which prohibits an meeting of greater than 4 individuals in an space.
“Nonetheless, if any tv channel needs to carry a debate, it could achieve this in a non-public premises with the Justice of the Peace’s prior permission.”
The district administration has additionally restricted tv channels from inviting the litigants within the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case to their debates.
The Supreme Court docket on Wednesday reserved its order after concluding the 40-day listening to within the politically delicate land dispute case. A date for the pronouncement of the decision is but to be introduced.