Bengaluru Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao imposed prohibitory orders under section 144 of the Cr.PC in the city from 6 am to midnight on Saturday and liquor sale is banned from 7 am on Saturday to midnight of Sunday with the Supreme Court set to announce its verdict in the highly disputed Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid case at 10:30 am on Saturday.
Bengaluru city Police beefed up security with 50 Platoons of KSRP and 30 platoons of CAR in the city. Meanwhile, The Karnataka primary and secondary education minister Suresh Kumar declared a statewide holiday for all schools and colleges on Saturday.
Ayodhya case verdict of the Supreme Court should be respected, says Siddaramaiah
Ayodhya case verdict of the Supreme Court should be respected, says Karanataka Former CM Siddaramaiah.
#AyodhyacaseVerdict of the Supreme Court should be respected. It is the duty of all of us to respect the highest court of law.— Siddaramaiah (@siddaramaiah) November 9, 2019
Each & everyone should abide by the Constitutional values of secularism & sense of brotherhood to ensure Peace & Harmony.
Exercise caution in airing strong opinions, provocative visuals: Bengaluru Police Commissioner
Hours after the Supreme Court verdict on Ayodhya case was pronounced, Bengaluru City Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao has requested the media to "exercise caution in airing strong opinions and provocative visuals in public interest."
Requesting Electronic Media Owners, News Editors, Anchors and Panelists to exercise caution in airing strong opinions and provocative https://t.co/d49Yuaka4k public interest, we seek your cooperation, 🙏— Bhaskar Rao IPS (@deepolice12) November 9, 2019
Shall we focus on precious human lives please: Prakash Raj on Ayodhya verdict
Reacting to the SC veridct on the Ayodhya case, actor Prakash Raj wrote on Twitter, "Mandir wahi banega..Mazjid Ayodhya me hi banega ..enough blood has been spilt around this. Human life is precious .. shall we stop further violence and provocation ..shall we focus on precious human lives please."
#AYODHYAVERDICT ..Mandir wahi banega..Mazjid Ayodhya me hi banega ..enough blood has been spilt around this. Human life is precious .. shall we stop further violence and provocation ..shall we focus on precious human lives please #justasking— Prakash Raj (@prakashraaj) November 9, 2019
SC verdict historic; confident GoI will take all steps as directed: Karnataka Dy Cm Govind Karjol
Karnataka deputy chief minister Govind M Karjol termed the Supreme Court's verdict on Ayodhya as "historic in the history of India." He added that he is confident of the Government of India taking all steps as directed by the Apex Court.
Let's pledge to focus on development henceforth: D K Shivakumar after Ayodhya verdict
Senior Congress leader and former minister D K Shivakumar, on Saturday, appealed people to respect the judgment of the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya case, irrespective of their faith. "Let us promote harmony, brotherhood and pledge to focus on development henceforth," he wrote on Twitter.
Our constitution and law is supreme. I appeal to all my fellow Indians, irrespective of their faith, to respect the judgement of the honorable Supreme Court in the Ayodhya case.— DK Shivakumar (@DKShivakumar) November 9, 2019
Let us promote harmony, brotherhood and pledge to focus on development henceforth. #AyodhyaJudgment
Devegowda welcomes Supreme Court's verdict in Ayodhya case
JD(S) supremo and former Prime Minister HD Devegowda welcomes Supreme Court's verdict in Ayodhya case, says it was the aspiration of Hindus to build the temple in Ayodhya. He added that demolition of the mosque was wrong and the centre should have announced compensation.
Sri Sri Ravi Shankar welcomes Supreme Court's verdict on Ayodhya
I wholeheartedly welcome the historic judgment of the Hon. Supreme Court, tweets Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, founder of Art of Living (AoL) Foundation in Bengaluru.
I wholeheartedly welcome the historic judgment of the Hon. Supreme Court. This has brought joy and relief to people of both communities from a long-standing dispute. #AYODHYAVERDICT— Sri Sri Ravi Shankar (@SriSri) November 9, 2019
Kumaraswamy respects the verdict of the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya case
Karnataka former CM HD Kumaraswamy respects the verdict of the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya case.
ರಾಮ ಜನ್ಮ ಭೂ ವಿವಾದದ ತೀರ್ಪನ್ನು ಎಲ್ಲರೂ ಗೌರವಿಸೋಣ. ಶಾಂತಿ ಮತ್ತು ಅಹಿಂಸೆಯನ್ನು ಪ್ರತಿಪಾದಿಸಿದ ಈ ದೇಶದ ಸಿದ್ಧಾಂತವನ್ನು ಪಾಲಿಸೋಣ. ನಾವೆಲ್ಲರೂ ಎಂದಿನಂತೆ ಸಾಮರಸ್ಯದಿಂದ ಬದುಕುತ್ತಾ ಅಭಿವೃದ್ಧಿಯ ಕಡೆ ಚಿಂತಿಸೋಣ. ಅಂದಹಾಗೆ "ಅನ್ನ ದೇವರ ಮುಂದೆ ಇನ್ಯಾವ ದೇವರಿಲ್ಲ..." ರಾಮಮಂದಿರದ ಜೊತೆಗೆ ಅನ್ನದಾತನ ಬದುಕು ಕಟ್ಟಲು ಶ್ರಮಿಸೋಣ.— H D Kumaraswamy (@hd_kumaraswamy) November 9, 2019
Welcome, Historical: Karnataka minister Jagadish Shettar
Reacting to the SC verdict on the Ayodhya Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid case, former Karnataka CM and Minister of Large & Medium Scale Industries Jagadish Shettar wrote on Twitter, "Welcome. Historical Day 9/11/19."
BS Yediyurappa request to maintain peace, after the Supreme Court judgement
Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa tweets requesting to maintain peace, after the Supreme Court judgement on Ayodhya land dispute.
Let us all wholeheartedly welcome the apex court verdict. This is neither a victory for anyone, nor a defeat for anyone. Don’t react emotionally. Let the harmony and peace prevail.— CM of Karnataka (@CMofKarnataka) November 9, 2019
IN PICS| Security arrangements stepped up in Bengaluru
Ayodhya verdict: Liquor sale banned and prohibitory orders imposed in Belagavi
Prohibitory orders imposed under section 144 across Belagavi district, North Karnataka ahead of the verdict on the Ayodhya dispute. As per orders issued by Deputy Commissioner and District Magistrate S B Bommanahalli, Liquor sale has been banned in the district for two days.
Mysuru police intensified security across the district
Mysuru Superintendent of Police C B Ryshyanth imposed section 144, and all wine shops remain closed. Adequate policemen are deployed for taking strict action on trouble mongers in the district.
Bengaluru police clarifies on Sec 144 in city
BENGALURU POLICE CLARIFICATION: It’s clarified that Section 144 CrPC, Prohibitory Orders is only on Saturday(9, Nov) from 6 am to midnight in Bangalore City. There is no Prohibitory Orders for Sunday (10, Nov). Id Meelad will be observed with the usual grandeur on 10, November.
It’s clarified that Section 144 CrPC, Prohibitory Orders is only on Saturday(9, Nov) from 6 am to midnight in Bangalore City.— Bhaskar Rao IPS (@deepolice12) November 8, 2019
There is no Prohibitory Orders for Sunday (10, Nov). Id Meelad will be observed with the usual grandeur on 10, November.
Kodagu police on high alert ahead of Ayodhya verdict
The Kodagu police are on high alert ahead of Ayodhya verdict. Superintendent of Police Suman D Pennekar said, “Security has been strengthened at sensitive areas in the district, additional police personnel from outside the district are being deployed for security. 14 check posts have been opened and all vehicles that enter the district are checked.”
Security beefed up in Mangaluru and Udupi
Ahead of the Supreme Court’s verdict in the Ayodhya land dispute case, bars and wine shops in Mangaluru and Udupi districts will remain closed for 24 hours from 6 am on Saturday. Mangaluru Police Commissioner P.S. Harsha warned that the police would deal firmly against those who used social media to disturb peace and spread rumours.
Siddaramaiah appeals asks everyone to respect the Supreme Court's decision
Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah appeals for calm and asks everyone to respect the Supreme Court's decision ahead of Ayodhya verdict.
We should respect the judgement of Supreme Court on RamJanmaBhumi - BabriMasjid land issue. Let us have belief in the Constitution framed in the democratic setup. Let Peace & Harmony prevail.#AyodhyaCase#AYODHYAVERDICT— Siddaramaiah (@siddaramaiah) November 9, 2019
JD(S) cancels it's convention in Mahalakshmi layout in the wake of Ayodhya verdict
JD(S) cancels it's convention in Mahalakshmi layout in the wake of Ayodhya verdict. JD(S) was scheduled to hold a massive rally in Mahalakshmi layout today.
Yediyurappa appeals for calm ahead of Supreme Court's verdict in Ayodhya Case
Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa appeals for calm ahead of Supreme Court's verdict in Ayodhya Case, requests people to maintain peace and communal harmony.
As the supreme Court gives its verdict on #Ayodhya case today, let us accept it with equanimity. Let us respect the Constitution and the Judiciary system of the nation.— CM of Karnataka (@CMofKarnataka) November 9, 2019
Let us be committed to maintain peace and harmony in the society.