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Jamshedpur: Jamshedpur Mahanagar BJP issued an advisory for its leaders and workers in the wake of Supreme Court decision in Ayodhya dispute case. The party cautioned all party members against celebrating the occasion loudly and hurting anyone’s sentiments. It also prohibited them from bursting firecrackers or organizing victory processions or rallies in any form. The party made it clear that it had no such plan at present. Party workers would be informed about any such decision if taken in near future, said a press release issued by the party today.
The party advised all workers to abstain from posting any comment on the Ayodhya verdict on social media. Making speeches by targeting particular communities should also be completely avoided, it said.
The party asked all party workers to comply with the Model Code of Conduct and prohibitory orders issued by the district administration.