members of The two communities clashed in Jahangirpuri Delhi area last The night after it was said that the stones thrown In the procession of Hanuman Jayanti.
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nine peopleincluding eight policemen personnel A civilian was wounded in Police said stone-throwing and the ensuing clash.
Among the injured is the Assistant Inspector of Delhi Police, Midhalal Mina. I’ve been hit by a bullet injury in his hand. Police said his condition is stable. Safer who He allegedly fired the shot, among those arrested and seized a country-made pistol from him.
Police arrested 14 people in Connection with Throwing stones and violence. Police sources said more The suspects have been identified using Surveillance camera footage and video on social media Efforts are underway to arrest With them.
Police registered a case under the riot-related sections, and attempt murder and the Weapons Act. ten teams of Officers from the Crime Branch and the Special Cell were formed to investigate the matter.
According to an FIR report, the march was passing near a mosque when the Ansar announced, one of The arrested accused, started arguing with Those who participate in the gathering. brawl soon So the two sides started throwing Stones on each other, fir says.
Noor Jahan, a local resident, said this was first Time levers have been used in Hindu religious gathering in The area. It rejected allegations that the violence originated from the mosque. Rakesh, one of these who Share in Gathering, they said they were moving Peacefully when he started throwing stones they took revenge.
Last night, the police remained vigilant in Jahangirpuri and many other sensitive areas in The city. This morning, there is heavy force in The area And CRPF and Rapid Action Force also summoned in To keep the situation under control.
Today the police organized a meeting of The local peace committee has requested an appeal people to maintain peace. she was also They were asked to confront rumors and misinformation and were reassured of A fair investigation into the clashes.
Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Astana said yesterday that the situation was being closely monitored. Federal Home Minister Amit Shah spoke to Mr. Astana on Subject. Sources said copy of The investigation report will be sent to the Ministry of Interior as well.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal condemned stone throwing and called for for a job against those involved. “I plead with everyone to hold each other’s hands and keep the peace,” he said. on Twitter.