Rosaiah thanks people for observing peace post-Ayodhya verdict
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K Rosaiah on Friday thanked people of the state for maintaining peace and harmony after the Ayodhya title suit verdict.
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister K
Rosaiah on Friday thanked people of the state for maintaining
peace and harmony after the Ayodhya title suit verdict.
He expressed happiness that the state in general and the
city in particular remained calm after the judgement.
"I congratulate the people of Andhra Pradesh, especially
people of Hyderabad city for exhibiting communal amity and
harmony after the pronouncement of the judgement of Allahabad
High Court," Rosaiah said in a message.
"Various sections of the society have shown will and
maturity and exhibited camaraderie in maintaining peace and
harmony in the state. In this connection, I thank the people
of Andhra Pradesh, various Hindu and Muslim religious
organisations, religious leaders, political parties, peace
committees, Mythri committees, print and electronic media for
extending utmost cooperation to the administrative machinery
and police in maintaining peace, they said.
"I appeal to the public to continue to maintain restraint
in the coming days to thwart any evil designs of anti-social
elements," he added.
The Chief Minister also reviewed the situation with Chief
Secretary S V Prasad, DGP K Aravind Rao, city police
commissioner A K Khan, IGP (Intelligence) Mahender Reddy and
other senior officials.