PM asks ministers to avoid unnecessary remarks on Ayodhya

With the Supreme Court verdict in the Ayodhya case expected in the next few days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Wednesday stressed the need for maintaining peace and harmony in the country and asked his ministerial colleagues to avoid any controversial comments on it.

A five-judge Bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi, has concluded hearing in the case and a verdict is expected by November 17.

Modi, while chairing a meeting of his Council of Ministers, took stock of the situation prevailing in the country. Everyone, including the government, had the responsibility to maintain peace and harmony while avoiding provocation, he said.

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