Ayodhya verdict: social networks will be banned, says UP DGP OP Singh
NEW DELHI: The Uttar Pradesh Police General Director (DGP), OP Singh, has said that extensive arrangements have been made for the Supreme Court to register the case on Saturday morning.
Speaking to TOI, OP Singh said that among the various measures taken by the UP Police, control over social networks and patrolling on foot throughout the state were the main ones.
There will be a ban on social media throughout Uttar Pradesh to control rumors and prevent rioters from blowing the atmosphere, Singh said.
UP DGP said that another significant step in view of this would be sectoral security.
This measure is taken to control conflicts.
Ayodhya's case has been included in the list of the Supreme Court on Saturday morning.
The President of the Supreme Court of India held a meeting with the Secretary General on Friday Rajendra Kumar Tiwari and DGP Singh will evaluate the security arrangements before.
The verdict was expected to be pronounced next week. However, the Supreme Court listed the matter for Saturday.
The meeting was held in the CJI chamber for approximately one hour. UP Secretary General and DGP Singh informed CJI about security arrangements made to maintain law and order in the state