Faizabad (Uttar Pradesh): Accusing Uddhav Thackeray of disrupting the peaceful atmosphere in Faizabad district, local traders' body Sanyukt Vyapar Mandal of Faizabad on Friday said the Shiv Sena Chief and his cadres will be greeted with black flags in Ayodhya.
“They are trying to pollute the peaceful atmosphere of Faizabad and Ayodhya,” Sanyukt Vyapar Mandal President Janardan Pandey said adding that it would oppose VHP’s Dharam Sabha on Sunday November 25, 2018.
The Shiv Sena after needling the BJP for its “failure” to construct the Ram Temple at Ayodhya despite winning absolute majority in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, has announced a ‘Chalo Ayodhya’ March and public meeting in the city on Sunday November 25, 2018.
To mobilise support for the proposed march and "Dharam Sabha", the VHP had on Thursday took out a roadshow. But, traders in Ayodhya decided to boycott the roadshow accusing the Hindutva extremists of creating a recap of the frenzy on December 6, 1992 when Babri Masjid - the 16th century historic mosque was razed to ground in broad daylight.
The Sena had earlier said that Thackeray was invited to visit Ayodhya by the chief of the Ram Janambhoomi Nyas, the trust which manages the makeshift temple that has come up after the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992.
Meanwhile, there has been a heavy deployment of the CRPF, PAC, and civil police in Ayodhya and some additional forces have also been deputed in and around the Ram Janmabhoomi premises in order to tackle any untoward incident on Sunday.
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