In a shocking incident a communal violence erupted after a fight broke out between two groups in Rajasthan's Jaipur. An incident of road rage turned fatal after which the people started to protest and started to gather on the roads. The incident occurred after two bike riders collided on the road near Mehra Colony which falls under the Subhash Chowk police station area. A case is registered for further investigation.
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Muslims living and working in Haryana's Gurugram apparently continue to be the target of hate crimes, after posters threatening the residents of a slum in Sector 69A of the 'mega city' were put up on Sunday night. A majority of the residents of this slum are Muslims.There were also posters specifically targeting Muslim women and these come days after a mazar in a Gurugram village was set on fire.
Authorities have denied permission to hold on August 28 the VHP's Brij Mandal Jalabhishek Yatra in Haryana's Nuh that was disrupted after communal violence in July, police said on Tuesday. The Nuh district administration on Tuesday evening rejected the application for permission moved before it by the organizers of the yatra. he development comes over a week after a 'mahapanchayat' by Hindu outfits at Pondri village in Palwal.
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In the Nuh Violence, the Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij, said 202 people have been arrested so far and 80 taken into preventive detention in connection with the communal clashes in Nuh. Furthermore, he also said the way bullets were fired from hillocks and stones collected on rooftops of buildings indicates that Nuh violence was pre-planned. Meanwhile, the opposition are blaming the Haryana Government behind the violence, killing several.… read-more
Another development reported in the Harayana-Nuh violence, the police chief in Nuh has been transferred with immediate effect. The transfer orders of Varun Singla came in the view that he was on leave when the violent communal clash broke out, killing six people and leaving hundreds injured. Superintendent of Police (SP) of Haryana Narendra Bijarniya had to rush to Nuh, as the police chief was absent on the spot.
In the Nuh district, the communal violence intensified after an angry mob burnt down shops and damaged properties. The heavy police force has been deployed in the disturbed region of Haryana, Gurugram and the National Capital Region (NCR.) In addition, 44 First Information reports (FIRs) have been registered with the arrest of 80 people so far. Furthermore, besides Haryana, section 144 has been imposed in Rajasthan's Alwar region till August… read-more
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The ripples from yesterday's 18-hour communal clash in Haryana's Nuh -- which claimed five lives and left at least 70 people injured -- has reached Badshahpur, 40 km away. Restaurants and shops were vandalised and torched by a mob this evening amid religious chants. Eyewitnesses said a mob of around 200 had entered the area around 4 pm, armed with sticks and stones.
Haryana violence erupted due to communal clash intensified, leading to the death of four people and leaving as many as thirty people injured. On August 1, the police confirmed that they have registered an FIR and arrested a few accused in the violence. Furthermore, the situation is disturbed as a mob attacked the mosque and burnt it down. In addition, internet services are also suspended in the region.
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Ram Navami celebration turns tragic in three states, where one died and several were left injured after clashes. On March 30, Hindus celebrated the birth of Lord Rama, while Muslims are observing the holy month of Ramadan. Amid the two festivals, Hindus and Muslims indulged in clashes, which not only destroyed public properties but resulted in casualties. The clashes were reported in three states, Gujarat, Maharashtra and West Bengal.
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In Gujarat’s Vadodara, a communal clash broke out at a vegetable market in Savio town on October 3, confirmed police. Following which, around 40 persons have been arrested. According to the police, a religious flag was tied to an electric pole, which offended the sentiments of another religious group. When the persons who were offended went to initiate conversation, stone-pelting occurred. An FIR has been filed and investigation is underway… read-more