Section 144 Imposed In Jamshedpur After Desecration Of Bhagava Flag
Tension in Jamshedpur after clashes over desecration of Ram Navami Bhagava flag. Stone-pelting, vehicles set on fire. Section 144 imposed & internet snapped.
In Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, the Internet has been shut down as a result of stone-throwing between two factions over the reported desecration of a religious flag. On Sunday in Jamshedpur, there was stone-throwing between two groups.
A lot of properties were damaged, and there were fire attacks. The Kadma police station neighborhood is where the incident happened.
Security personnel carried out a flag march on Monday morning and Section 144 has been implemented in the region.
Additionally, a mob set an auto-rickshaw on fire, prompting the police to use tear gas to put it out.
The stores and the auto-rickshaw, according to DIG (Kolhan) Ajay Linda, were set on fire by local miscreants.
According to the deputy commissioner, those who engaged in anti-social behavior to sabotage societal harmony will face harsh punishment.
“Forces are marching in the flag early this morning. There is local enforcement of Section 144. Until the next order, Internet services are prohibited, according to Executive Magistrate Jyoti Kumari.
The Rapid Action Force (RAF) unit was deployed heavily, as to the officials, throughout the region. Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Jamshedpur Prabhat Kumar, described the local situation and stated,
“The situation is under control. The crowd was dispersed so they could go home. A RAF company has been dispatched, and the force has covered the entire area. SSP Kumar continued, “A few individuals have also been detained.”
“We are evaluating the issue, said Vijaya Jadhav, deputy commissioner for East Singhbhum. To restore normalcy, communication with the peace committee and other parties is being formed.” Jadhav likewise cautioned the populace against believing rumors.
People are asked to refrain from believing any rumors. DC Jadhav advised them to contact the police if they received any provocative or offensive communications. The matter is currently the subject of more investigation.
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