Doval holds meeting with Hindu-Muslim religious leaders in Ayodhya case

In the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision on Ayodhya, the Modi government has held meetings with religious leaders of various religions to maintain peace and order throughout the country. On behalf of the Modi government, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval met Baba Ramdev, Swami Parmatmanand, Awadheshanand Giri, Shia Muslim religion guru Maulana Kalbe Jawad, Maulana Arshad Madani. The meeting was called at Doval’s house on Sunday.  According to sources, during this time there was a discussion between the religious leaders and Doval about the current situation in the country. Apart from this, it was decided that the leaders of different communities can give a message of goodwill in the society keeping in mind the decision.

The meeting was called at Doval’s house on Sunday.

NSA Doval holds meeting with Hindu-Muslim religious leaders in Ayodhya case
NSA Doval holds meeting with Hindu-Muslim religious leaders in Ayodhya case

Following the meeting with NSA Doval, religious leaders issued a joint statement, saying the conversation has helped strengthen communication among top religious leaders towards maintaining a sense of brotherhood and communion among all communities. Let us tell that Awadheshanand Giri is also the chairman of Hindu Dharmacharya Sabha. Say that Saint Paramatmanand is considered close to PM Narendra Modi. Awadheshanand Giri and Paramatmanand told that after the verdict on Ayodhya, the situation of the country was discussed with Doval. Parmatmanand said that we discussed with the National Security Advisor the measures to maintain peace and order in the country. Meanwhile, the UP government has kept security vigilant throughout the state. However, the procession of Milad-un-Nabi is not banned. A senior police officer said that the steps taken in view of the Ayodhya verdict did not include a ban on the processions that took place on the occasion of Milad-un-Nabi. However, no other procession is allowed to be taken out.

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