Rameshwar Oraon said groupism had come down in Congress and there would be a reorganisation of the state unit post the polls.
Ayodhya litigants such as Mufti Badshah Khan said it was his legal right to seek review if he was not content with the court’s verdict.
When Justice Ranjan Gogoi took charge as the CJI, he prioritised putting an end to one of the longest-running land dispute cases in the country.
The arrest was made on Saturday evening, Superintendent of Police Vijay Kumar Pandey said.
UP DGP said that the social media platforms were being closely monitored by a team of officials and any objectionable or inflammatory post would invite action.
The Sangh, the sources said, is making an all-out effort to build bridges with the minority community by taking proactive measures to ensure cordial atmosphere in the country.
Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said in Prayagraj that there should be no celebrations on sensitive issues.
Divisional commissioner asks VHP delegation to seek Supreme Court's nod to celebrate Deepotsav at the disputed complex.
Former ADG of CRPF, Nisar Ahmad, who is part of the Muslim forum, said it was a politico-religious issue and both communities were being pitched against each other in the name of religion.
Yogi Adityanath made the remark days after he asked people to draw inspiration from Lord Rama and said a very good news awaits all.
He felt that the impeachment motion moved by the Congress against the CJI was moved with an intent to pressure judiciary when the contentious Ram Temple issue was being heard by the apex court.
While doing so, Kapil Sibal made the documents of the Supreme Court public and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi if he thought the chief justice of India was wrong.
She also claimed the people were well aware that the BJP raked up the Ayodhya issue at election time for the sake of votes.
Congress spokesperson Surjewala said Congress' stand on Ayodhya issue has always been clear and that the Ayodhya case will be decided by Supreme Court.
Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik on Wednesday said the Supreme Court will have the final word on the vexed Ayodhya issue.