After the incident of stone pelting in Fatepura of Vadodara, the police has come into action. In which the Vadodara Police has conducted combing in Panjrigar Moholla. A large number of policemen have joined this combing. Also every house is being checked by the police. Police have detained more than 15 accused so far.
The situation has come to a head after the clash in Ramnavami procession in Vadodara. A clash took place near Fatepura Garnala police post during Ramji’s yatra. On the occasion of Ramnavami, Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal had organized a procession. A brawl broke out when the procession which left late reached Fatepura Panjrigar Maholla. . However, immediately a police convoy rushed to the spot, and brought the situation under control. On the one hand, Ramzan is going on.
On the other hand, adequate arrangements were also made when the procession of Ramnavami took place. So the police took over the front during the clash. The riotous mobs were dispersed within minutes of the counting. The police also appealed to the people not to be misled by rumours.
Stone pelting has happened again in Vadodara during Ramnavami procession. In which the police has taken over the front. Also the riotous elements have been chased away. In Vadodara, stones have been pelted on Ram Navami Vaghu procession. In which a procession leaving from Kumbharwada area of Fatepura has been attacked. Also the police convoy used lathi charge to disperse the crowd.
However, following the incident, the Home Department has turned a red eye against the rioting elements. In which Home Minister Harsh Sanghvi has spoken to Vadodara Police Commissioner. Also instructions have been given to control the situation strictly. Strict action has been ordered against the stone pelters. After the stone pelting at the Ramnavami procession in Vadodara, more police convoys have been called from Bharuch and Kheda in the city.
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