Govt declares 2 holidays on Sept 24-25 to schools to avoid trouble in public.

6:08 PM, Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
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YEDDYURAPPABangalore:  To avoid public rioting and disharmony, the Karnataka Govt, has declared holidays for schools/colleges on April 24-25, anticipating trouble for younger generations, it is a preventive measure. The govt, stated today.
CM Yeddyurappa informed the media that all steps have been taken by his govt, to ensure peace and to see that no violent untoward incident takes place when Lucknow bench of 3 judges pronounces its judgment on Babri Mosque/Ram Janmabhumi tangle.
The CM wanted to hold a meeting of all religious heads and various (political) party leaders soon, seeking their support for his moves to establish peace, in spite of consequences of a verdict.
He was happy that a large number of legislators and leaders had attended the Oath-taking ceremony of 6 new Ministers in the morning at the Raj Bhavan Party workers also evinced keen interest in the ceremony of cabinet changes and expansion. He felt that such an overwhelming presence of all members had sent out a strong message on party unity today.
The CM told the media that he would speak to BJP unit chief (K.S. Eashwarappa) before filling up the posts of various state corporations lying vacant at present.


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