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144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

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The Hyderabad City police extended the Section 144 for one more week as the Allahabad High Court is all set to give its verdict on the Ayodhya issue on Thursday. The police have banned pillon-riding on vehicles at night and as many as 20,000 policemen will be deployed across the city on Thursday and Friday.

Speaking to the press, Hyderabad Police Comissioner AK Khan said, 'Compared to September 24, the situation is not that volatile. Political parties and religious leaders have assured us they would take recourse to legal options if they are not satisfied with the Allahabad High Courtís judgment. We are not expecting much trouble,'. CRPF and RAF would be deployed in the Hyderabad city on Wednesday morning. Extra security measures will be taken to avoid any clashes. Senior Officers and Policemen would be asked to join the duties on Wednesday and Thursday. The police has asked the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) to remove any flags near the religious places. Prohibitory orders were issued which means that no more than four can gather at any place at any given time during the two days. Rallies, Speeches and display of flags/placards are also banned.

Meanwhile, Home Minister P Chidambaram said that the government has taken appropriate security measures in different parts of the country to avoid any clashes between religious groups in view of the Ayodhya verdict. 'We are confident that with the measures that we have taken, we will be able to maintain law and order. Ban on bulk SMSes and MMSes will continue for some time until further orders.', he said.

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