Industry appeals for peace and harmony after Ayodhaya ruling

"We appeal to all sections of society and people of all religious persuasion to maintain calm and continue with their active professional lives," FICCI President Rajan Bharti Mittal said.
He cautioned that any wide scale disturbance would jeopardise efforts to economic growth, poverty eradication and calibrated globalisation.

Mittal expressed confidence that "all communities in a democratic and pluralistic polity of India would maintain peace and harmony".Reacting on the verdict, Assocham Secretary General D S Rawat said the court decision is a "win-win" for all the parties concerned.
While the legal possibilities are open to all, Rawat expressed confidence that no anti-national elements would disrupt peace and communal harmony.

The Allahabad High Court ruled that the disputed land in Ayodhya be divided equally into three parts among the Hindus and Muslims and that the place where the makeshift temple of Lord Ram exists belongs to the Hindus.

Peace and stability would be imperative for the Indian economy which is growing close to nine per cent.CII too hopes that peace and order would be maintained and no disruptions would be caused to normal life and business would continue uninterupted.

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