Communal tension and stone-pelting started after a disagreement over raising religious flags by both communities in Jodhpur’s Jalori Gate area. And later, they distorted Balmukund Bissa’s statue and put Islamic flags on it.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot called the clash unfortunate. He directed the district administration to uphold the law and maintain control of the situation at all costs, while also appealing to the people to maintain peace and harmony.
Later, he tweeted,
“It is an unfortunate incident that a tense atmosphere has prevailed due to the clashes between the two groups at Jalori Gate in Jodhpur.” The administration has been instructed to maintain peace and order at all costs. “
He appealed to the public to keep in mind Jodhpur’s tradition of love and brotherhood.
The Jodhpur region administration briefly suspended internet services in the locale on Tuesday as a precautionary step.
As per a request given by Jodhpur Divisional Commissioner Himanshu Gupta, all internet services have been suspended in Jodhpur starting at 1 am today.
These trails are not too far behind. A few groups were harmed in stone-pelting between the two communities on Monday night after certain miscreants supplanted one community’s religious banner at Balmukand Bissa at the Jalori Gate convergence circle with that of another.
Individuals from the other community had a problem with this move bringing about conflicts.
During this, the group additionally evacuated amplifiers introduced nearby for the Eid supplications. Police arrived at the spot and mediated this situation to scatter the group.
Published By : Chittajallu H S Kumar
Edited By: Kiran Maharana