Once the protesters reached Manak Chowk, they started protesting against the alleged attack on Kanwariyas and demanded the arrest of those involved in the attack.Taking precautionary measures, the district administration
had imposed Section 144 on Thursday evening to ban gathering of more than five persons at one place..The trouble started yesterday when a procession of Kanwaria was passing through a locality after collecting water from
Bisalpur Dam. | SANJAY BOHRA District collector Ramchandra Denwal has imposed curfew in the afternoon till further orders.Prior to assembly elections in the state, this was second incident of communal tension involving
Kanwarias.However, some members of Hindu organisations managed to give the police a slip.
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Seal Insert India, All India Curfew in Rajasthan after Kanwariyas attacked THE ASIAN AGE. Additional force, including two teams of Rajasthan Armed Constabulary, have been deployed to control the situation.
had to resort to lathicharge and teargas shells to disperse the protesters. Jaipur: Curfew was imposed in the communally-sensitive Malpura town in Rajasthan on Friday as tension escalated a day after a group of Kanwariyas
were alleged attacked. They were reportedly interrupted by members of another community for playing DJ in high volume.District collector Ramchandra Denwal has imposed curfew in the afternoon till further orders.
Subsequently, on Friday, BJP’s proposed Tiranga Yatra was cancelled and Internet services were also suspended. The protest from Hindu outfits had turned violent forcing the police to use lathi charge, rubber bullets and
tear gas shells to disperse them. After a heated argument some miscreants allegedly threw stones at Kanwarias and attacked them with sticks and iron rods leaving 14 of them injured.
They also damaged roadways bus, police
vehicles and an ambulance. Three days ago, Hindu organisations in Sikar had organised bandh against alleged attack on Kanwarias. The protesters shut markets, blocked road and set shops and a car on fire. Three days ago,
Hindu organisations in Sikar had organised bandh against alleged attack on Kanwarias