Citing a Supreme Court order, she said since the 67 acres of the disputed site was acquired and being managed and maintained by the Centre, the onus of implementing today's court order was with the Union government.
Mayawati said she has already sent a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh saying the Centre should fulfill its responsibility in implementing the high court order without any delay.
She cited the Supreme Court ruling on the plea of a petitioner Ismail Farooqui in 1994, which stated that the acquired land would continue to be under the possession of the central government and it was its duty to implement the pending verdict of the Lucknow bench.
The Chief Minister's remarks come close on the heels of her attack on the Centre for not providing adequate paramilitary forces to the state to deal with any eventuality in the aftermath of the verdict.
The Centre would be held responsible in case of any law and order problem arising out of delay in implementation of the high court order, Mayawati said.
Mayawati accused the Centre of adopting "step motherly" attitude towards the state government ever since she came to power in 2007.
"Against the demand of over 60,000 personnel of central paramilitary forces in view of the high court verdict, the state was provided with only 5,000 jawans," she said.
Attacking Home Minister P Chidambaram for his statement that the state has adequate force, she said 1.90 lakh personnel who have been deployed are the state's own.
The state forces have been deployed judiciously by the UP government to deal with the situation, she said.
Mayawati appealed to the people to maintain peace and communal harmony.
In a warning to communal forces, she said, "No one would be allowed to take law in his hands and stern action would be taken against those attempting to do so."