The news of communal violence in the country is not going away. In fact, the hustle and bustle in Delhi on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti procession has not been resolved yet and now there are reports of clashes between the two groups during the Hanuman Jayanti procession in Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh. However, the situation has been brought under control by stopping the clashes in time.
According to information received, the World Hindu Council (VHP) had organized Hanuma Jayanti celebrations at Hollagunda in Allur, Kurnool. On this occasion he used the DJ set against the advice of the police. When they approached the mosque, the police asked them to stop their DJ set. However, they stopped in front of the mosque and started shouting “Joy Shri Ram”. The people of the Muslim community started chanting the slogan ‘Allah Hu Akbar’.
However, at that time, the police inspector removed the VHP members from the spot. When the Rally was a short distance from the mosque, they started playing DJ sets again. The Muslims raised their voices and minor disputes broke out between the two groups. Suddenly the situation of throwing stones is created. By then the police had reached the spot and dispersed the crowd. Police said the stones were hurled for about 10 minutes. “Twenty members have been arrested based on the footage we collected,” he said.
Fighting in Delhi
Hanuman Jayanti was celebrated all over the country. At this time processions and processions were taken out in different places of Delhi. Meanwhile, people from the two communities clashed at Jahangirpuri in north-west Delhi, causing a huge uproar and then throwing stones and weapons. The incident took place in the capital between 5 pm and 5:30 pm. At that time the procession of Hanuman Jayanti was passing by the skillful cinema of Jahangirpuri. At this time the procession started throwing stones. Stones are thrown on the road from far and wide. According to the information received, the miscreants also vandalized many vehicles during the violence. The windows of many cars are broken. At the same time many vehicles were set on fire. When the car caught fire, people were seen running back and forth on the road.
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