HC Verdict: PM cautions against disruptive elements

New Delhi, September 30: Appealing to maintain peace and harmony in the wake of Ayodhya verdict, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today cautioned people against “disruptive elements” spreading rumours to create ill-will between communities.

“You should be particularly careful with regard to rumours that disruptive elements could propagate to create ill-will between communities,” Singh said after a meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Security followed by a Congress Core Group meet headed by party chief Sonia Gandhi.

The Prime Minister made it clear that the government remained fully committed to upholding the rule of law and maintaining peace, order and harmony.

Observing that only a few mischief makers often create divisions in society, Singh appealed to the countrymen to be vigilant and not let such people succeed in disrupting peace and harmony.