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Faizabad: With the verdict in the Ayodhya case expected to be pronounced next month, the district administration is now busy with finalising plans to deal with any law and order problem in the district.

Civil and police officials are meeting for the last two days to prepare a blueprint on managing communal harmony among the cross section of the society.

District magistrate M P Agrawal and SSP R K S Rathore yesterday held meeting with all police officers and magistrates in this regard.

Area magistrates and police officers were asked to identify schools and colleges in their respective areas where central forces and PAC will be camped during the period.

They were also asked to make a list of every major mosques, temples and communally sensitive areas.

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