Now tension in Bihar: violence between two groups during procession

by Ana Lopez

Three were injured in the firing, and half a dozen vehicles were set on fire
Nalanda: Violence erupted during a Ram Navami procession on Friday near Gagandewan Maholla in the Laheri Police Station area of ​​Bihar’s Nalanda district. During the procession, there was a lot of violence between the two groups. Thousands of people were attending the Ram Navami procession when two groups clashed and it escalated into violence. More than half a dozen vehicles were torched by anti-social elements. Government and police vehicles were set on fire by anti-social elements during the procession. A government bus was set on fire by the mob. Police said the police administration tried to bring the situation under control after the tension arose.
The police invoked the 144 Act after the police administration deployed a large number of policemen, the police said.
Violence erupted during the Ramnavami procession, with stone pelting between two groups, after which some torched shops. After the violence, the police tried to bring the situation under control. Before Nalanda, Sasaram Golabazar, Kadirganj, Mubarakganj, Chowkhandi and Navaratna Bazar were closed immediately. After violence broke out between the two groups, the police reached the spot and tried to bring the situation under control, but the situation is still tense, said SP Vineethkumar.
It is to be mentioned here that on the occasion of Ram Navami in Maharashtra, Gujarat, West Bengal on Thursday, a situation of violence arose in various cities with incidents of stone pelting during processions in the country, in which riots again broke out in Howrah on Friday.

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