Among the 23 people arrested were from the “two sects” over violence in Northwest Delhi Jahangirpuri it took place on Saturday evening, in Police said eight of their men and one civilian were injured on Monday.
23 people He was arrested. They are from both communities. eight have precedent criminal record. Actions will be taken against Anyone found guilty regardless of their class, their creed, community parents,” Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Astana said in a news instructions.
However, lying to his assertions of control, stone-throwing It exploded at about the same time once again in Jahangirpuri, about 20 km away, over interrogation of sister-in-Law of Accused.
“The case is being investigated by the crime branch. 14 teams has been formed. Four forensics teams Visit crime Sights of the day and sample collection. Analytics of CCTV footage and digital media Mr. Astana said.
“Some people They are trying to destabilize the peace through the mediator of social media. We are watching social media closely, legal action will be taken against these who be found Spreading wrong information. The public should Don’t heed the rumours. added.
Police said five guns and five swords were seized from the detainees men. they have already Produced in Tennis Court.
Among the arrested men It is Islam who police said shot Meena Medal, the Delhi Police Inspector. country-made It was recovered from him.
a second The gunman, known as Sono Chikenh, is on The run. The police were trying to interrogate his sister-in-Act when a group of Protesters led by women Charge them and throw stones.
The clash erupted out on Saturday evening between two communities during the Hanuman Jayanti procession. Both sides accuse the other of Initiation of violence.
Muslims in The area It was claimed that those involved in The Hanuman Jayanti procession carried weapons and attempted to vandalize a mosque.
Police Commissioner Rakesh Astana denied the allegations made To raise saffron flags in the mosque, but he said the efforts were on to find out What led to the clash, news PTI reported.
participants in The convoy admitted to carrying a gun but blamed the violence on Muslims, who said they threw stones at them.
Sectarian clashes erupted last week out in Four states – Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand and West Bengal – during the festivities of Ram Navami, the festival that marks birth of Lord Ram.