NEW DELHI – On the eve of 26th anniversary of the demolition of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya, Welfare Party of India has appealed to the President of India to direct the government of India at the Centre and in Uttar Pradesh to maintain peace and harmony in the country on December 6.
Dr SQR Ilyas, national president of Wefare Party on India, in a letter written to Indian President Ram Nath Kovind also expressed his apprehension that being an election year, the situation may be misused by certain political parties to incite people and polarise them and create an atmosphere of hate in the country. He also asked the President to provide security to Muslim community members from any communal onslaught.
Dr Ilyas in his letter requestd the President of India to issue strict directions to Election Commission to keep an eye on the activities of all political parties so that they can not disturb the peaceful atmosphere by making inflammatory speeches.
The Welfare Party of India also urged Mr Ram Nath Kovind to direct the Supreme Court of India to take cognisance of the situation and maintain status quo at the Babri Masjid site in Ayodhya.