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Maharashtra: Anti-social elements pelted stones in Ahmednagar, two people injured; heavy police force deployed

Pankaj Prasad
Stone pelting in Ahmednagar
Stone pelting in Ahmednagar

Stone-pelting took place in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra on Tuesday.

Stone-pelting took place in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra on Tuesday. Two people were injured in the stone-pelting, along with which many vehicles were also damaged. On Tuesday, a rally was organized by right-wing organizations on the outskirts of Sangamner town, following which some anti-social elements indulged in stone pelting.

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Ahmednagar SP Rakesh Ola told that the rally was over at 12 noon. While people were going back after the rally, anti-social elements started pelting stones at Samanpur village, five km from Sangamner town. Along with two people, two-three vehicles were also damaged in the attack. As soon as the information about stone pelting was received, a heavy police force also reached the spot. Police force has been deployed in the area due to tension. SP Ola has appealed to the people not to spread rumours. He told that there is peace in the area at the moment. Action will be taken against the accused.

Aurangzeb's photo was shown by anti-social elements on Sunday

An officer of Bhingar Camp Police Station said that a procession was taken out at Fakirwada in Ahmednagar at 9 am on Sunday. Songs were being played in the procession, on which people were dancing. In this procession, four people were carrying posters of Aurangzeb. A case has been registered against all four of them for inciting religious sentiments and inciting violence. On this, Maharashtra Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis said on Monday that such incidents will not be spared at all. This country is a country following the footsteps of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj, strict action will be taken if anyone shows Aurangzeb's poster here. NCP chief Jayant Patil said that the state government should take strict action on law and order. At the same time, Shiv Sena (UBT) MLC Ambadas Danve said that in such cases the government only makes tall claims but fails to take action.