Soon after the Chief Ministers’ order, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik called for a meeting of Municipal Commissioners, Police Commissioners and other government officials and public representatives in Thane to take stock of the situation in Thane. He appealed to the masses to not believe in rumors on the Day of Judgment on Ayodhya Case. September 24 is going to be a big challenge for the state machinery as the judgment on Ayodhya case is expcted on that day. As Guardian Ministers of the state take charge of their constituency, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik called for a meeting in Thane Collector Office. Many important issues from day of Ganpati Visarjan to maintaining law and order especially until the end of the week were taken up by the Minister with officials during the meeting. After the meeting, Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik appealed to citizens to not believe in rumors. He also appealed the media to report on incidents and news related to the verdict with caution and sensitivity. He added that the print media and electronic media should not hype or sensationalize any report. 6000 police personnel will be stationed in Thane while another 1000 personnel will be called in along with 7 units of SRPF and 50 officers for the verdict day on Ayodhya case. Thane Collector A L Zarhad, TMC Commissioner R A Rajeev, NMMC Commissioner Vijay Nahata, Thane Police Commissioner S P S Yadav and MPs and MLAs of the Thane district were also present during the meeting called by Thane Guardian Minister Ganesh Naik. From Thane, with Manoj Singh, Nilofar Shaikh for NMTV News.
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