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HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K. Rosaiah congratulated the people of the State, especially those in Hyderabad, for exhibiting communal amity and harmony after the pronouncement of the Allahabad High Court judgement.
In a statement here, he said various sections of society had exhibited maturity and camaraderie in maintaining peace and harmony in the State. The Chief Minister thanked the people, various Hindu and Muslim religious organisations, religious leaders, political parties, peace committees and the media for extending “utmost cooperation” to the administrative machinery and police in maintaining peace.
Meanwhile, Home Minister P. Sabitha Reddy said that there was no untoward incident in the State and there was peace and calm after the pronouncement of the judgment by the Allahabad High Court in the Ayodhya case. She complimented the religious and other leaders of both communities for their exemplary cooperation to the Government in ensuring peace and tranquillity in the State. Asked if some convicts were being released on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on October 2, the Home Minister said new guidelines were being prepared in place of those framed in 2003.
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