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Hyderabad: Bharatiya Janata Celebration MP Dharmapuri Arvind on Tuesday alleged that an All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief is chargeable for the current communal clashes that happened at Bhainsa city in Telangana’s Nirmal district.
“AIMIM chief Mohammad Jabir Ahmed is the trigger for communal violence in Bhainsa. They’ve been concerned in land grabbing for a time now and when the native Hindus, whose land have been grabbed by Jabir, have been spreading the information through social media, communal violence has begun,” Arvind informed information company ANI.
Whereas noting that there have been a collection of communal clashes in Bhainsa in the previous few years, the BJP MP stated: “This occurred solely due to the inefficiency of the police division and the police division had been working below the strain of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) and AIMIM events within the state.”
“Practically 10 individuals had been injured within the current communal conflict. Two persons are significantly injured and are admitted to a non-public hospital in Hyderabad and are in crucial situation,” added Arvind.
He additional stated that 100 individuals (50 Muslims and 50 Hindus) have been booked by the Telangana Police. “The same incident happened in January 2020 and even then many of the harm occurred to the Hindus as their homes and autos had been destroyed and broken,” added the BJP MP.
Part 144 of the CrPC was imposed in Bhainsa on Monday, the place members of two communities clashed on Sunday night time.
Bother started following an argument between members of two communities in Zulfekar lane. The teams then pelted stones on one another. Additionally, some miscreants set two homes, two auto-rickshaws, two four-wheelers and 5 two-wheelers ablaze.
Three policemen, two journalists, and 4 others had been injured within the violence.
Inspector-Common of Police (North Zone) Y Nagi Reddy stated the scenario within the city is now below management. “The violence occurred on Sunday night time after an altercation between two youths of various communities over an incident of a bike accident,” stated Reddy.
On Monday, Union Residence Minister Amit Shah spoke to his deputy G Kishan Reddy and enquired in regards to the incident in Bhainsa.
In the meantime, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) official spokesperson Krishank stated that people who find themselves trying to disturb the communal concord by hateful speeches is not going to be spared.
“Chief Minister Ok Chandrashekhar Rao has all the time been very severe in opposition to the communal violence within the state. Strict motion shall be taken in opposition to the individuals resorting to the communal violence within the state and likewise those that are spreading rumours throughout social media and are creating disturbances within the society,” Krishank informed ANI.
He additional urged political events to not make the Bhainsa communal violence a political challenge.