As many as 211 arrested so far after communal clashes in Jodhpur, says Rajasthan police chief

Barricades put up on a road during curfew in Jodhpur. Image : PTI

Barricades put up on a road during curfew in Jodhpur. Image : PTI

Upwards of 211 individuals have so far been captured regarding the shared conflicts in Jodhpur before Eid, police said on Thursday while stating what is happening in the city was taken care of.

A time limitation cinched in the city following the brutality went on for the third day on Thursday with the police saying all endeavors were being made to keep up with peace and lawfulness.

The police have spoke to individuals to keep up with harmony, not trust in reports and illuminate the nearby police authorities about any gossip being spread.

Chief General of Police M L Lather expressed up to this point 211 individuals experience been captured for upsetting harmony and congruity.

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Upwards of 191 individuals have been captured under IPC area 151 (intentionally joining or going on in get together of at least five people after it has been instructed to scatter), and 20 others under different areas, the state police boss said.

In a proclamation, Lather said four FIRs have been enlisted by the police and 15 FIRs in light of the objections by individuals.

Pressure broke out in Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s electorate Jodhpur on the interceding evening of Monday and Tuesday, in front of Eid-ul-Fitr, over the establishment of Islamic banners on the Jalori entryway circle, a traffic circle close by the sculpture of political dissident Balmukund Bissa, as individuals from the other local area asserted that a saffron banner, which they had set up there in front of Parshuram Jayanti, had disappeared.

The circumstance was managed in the early hours on Tuesday with weighty sending of police yet strains heightened once more in the first part of the day after petitions at an Eidgah near the circle.

Shops, vehicles and houses were pelted with stones close to the area. Taking a gander at the circumstance, a time limit was forced in 10 police headquarters areas of Jodhpur city. PTI

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