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Nov 08, 2019
7:08PM

Everyone will accept forthcoming Ayodhya verdict, says Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

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Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has said that every section of the Indian society will accept and honour the forthcoming Ayodhya verdict and the response of the people in this regard is positive. Speaking to media persons at Kochi, he further said that there is no need to celebrate the victory or overreact in case of defeat.

Mr Naqvi said that no vested interests will be successful in disturbing the peace and harmony of the country in any circumstances. The people of the country irrespective of their religion will accept the verdict of Ayodhya and it is our responsibility and duty to maintain unity and peace in the country, he said.

Earlier, the Union Minister inaugurated the South Indian Muthavalli Conference and presided over Central Wakf Council’s meeting.

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