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Last Updated : Nov 09, 2019 09:19 AM IST | Source: PTI

Anxiety grips Ayodhya ahead of Supreme Court verdict

Policemen near the Hanumangarhi temple and Shriraam Chikitsalaya, a government hospital, intensified checking of vehicles.

(Image: ANI)
(Image: ANI)

A sudden anxiety gripped the temple town in the night on November 8 as the news that the Supreme Court will deliver its verdict in the communally sensitive Ayodhya land dispute case on November 9 began to trickle in.

Policemen near the Hanumangarhi temple and Shriraam Chikitsalaya, a government hospital, intensified checking of vehicles.

PAC jawans too stepped up vigil around the temple area.

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Residents were seen engrossed in animated discussions on the possible verdict Saturday morning. Some said the situation was almost similar to the Diwali rush but filled with anxiety.

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By late evening, most of the shops in the vicinity of Hanumangarhi temple had already been closed. Ram Kumar, who was about to close his grocery shop, decided instead to keep it open for some more time, so that his customers could make last-minute purchase.

Kishan Kumar who runs a prasad shop said that he is likely to keep his shop open.

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Some people who had planned trips over the weekend were rescheduling their journey.

Rita Banerjee, who had plans of visiting Lucknow, said she was now not sure about the trip.

People prayed at the Hanumangarhi temple, hoping for peace and calm.

All leaves of police personnel in the town have been cancelled.

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First Published on Nov 9, 2019 09:15 am
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