Centre decides not to intervene in Ayodhya verdict

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New Delhi, oct 2: Two days after the Ayodhya verdict was delivered by the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad Hight Court, the Centre has decided not to intervene in the matter saying "the government has not been made a party in the dispute".

However, the BJP wants the Centre to mediate in the dispute and initiate dialogues between both sides.

As per CNN-IBN reports, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati had accused the Centre of not extending any help to the state in maintaining law and order in the aftermath of the verdict. Mayawati slammed the government for not taking responsibilty to see the law and order on the disputed site.

In reply, Chidambaram said: "I thought that the government of UP is maintaining law and order with help from forces of central government. If UP expects that central government should maintain law and order with help from UP forces then so be it."

Law Minister Veerappa Moily added saying, "Mayawati shows her political culture when she attacks the Centre."

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