Jodhpur News: In the last 12 hours, four incidents of violence were reported in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. According to the information, this dispute started after midnight on Monday when some members of the minority community were raising religious flags at a crossroads near Jalori Gate on the occasion of Eid.
It is said that people raised a flag on the statue of freedom fighter Balmukund Bissa installed in the square, which was opposed by the people of the Hindu community. He alleged that the saffron flag installed there on Parashuram Jayanti was replaced with an Islamic flag. People of both the communities came face to face regarding this and a clash broke out. Five policemen were injured in stone pelting. Police fired tear gas shells to disperse the gathered crowd. Mobile internet services have also been suspended in the area to prevent the spread of rumours. The situation was brought under control with the deployment of police force. Jodhpur is the hometown of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. But after the Eid prayers on Tuesday, the tension again increased. Police said that some people pelted stones in the area near Jalori Gate in which some vehicles were damaged. The police used tear gas shells and lathi-charged to disperse the people.
The third incident took place at Pigeon Chowk, a kilometer from Jalori Gate, where shops were looted. It is alleged that a 5-year-old girl was also assaulted. After this incident, there is an atmosphere of fear among the local people. An eyewitness said that some people had brought pipes, iron bars, sticks and sticks. Nobody knew anything here. When there was noise, we came out. They broke the shops and the girl child was also killed. If this situation continues, the civil war will continue in the country.
The fourth incident of violence took place outside the house of BJP MLA Suryakant Vyas. The miscreants torched the vehicles parked outside the house and created a ruckus outside the MLA’s house. After these incidents, the Gehlot government has called a meeting of the DGP and senior officers. But let us tell you about the questions that the Gehlot government has come under.
There was tension between the two groups, so why were there no security arrangements?
Why was the crowd allowed to assemble after the violence in the night?
Jodhpur is the home district of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, how did the violence happen there?
Why not learn a lesson from the violence in Karauli?
Who is responsible for the violence?