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7 policemen injured in violent clash during bandh in Nanded and Malegaon

There was a demonstration in Malegaon against the violence in Tripura in the past. During this people clashed among themselves. During this, stones were also pelted on police vehicles.

An incident of scuffle took place today between Nanded and Malegaon in Maharashtra’s Nanded or Malegaon Violence. In this incident, 7 policemen including an additional SP were injured. According to the news, two groups of the same community clashed with each other. After which there was violence and stone-pelting. Let us inform that in the past, a demonstration was organized by a particular community in Malegaon against the violence in Tripura, and during this people clashed with each other. Markets were closed after the violence. The police have instructed people to stay in their homes.

After the violent clashes today, Nashik SP Sachin Patil said that the situation in Malegaon is peaceful now. He told that in the evening some people pelted stones at 3-4 shops. The police (Maharashtra Police) is taking legal action in this matter. Along with this, he told that he has appealed to the people not to spread any kind of wrong information. Strict action will be taken against the person doing this.

Stone pelting on police in Malegaon

7 policemen were injured in the violent clash

Let us inform you that during the violent clash that took place today, stones were pelted on police vehicles. Along with this, during a demonstration in Amravati, more than 20 shops were vandalized. Thousands of people from a particular community came out on the road at Abdul Hameed Chowk. After a scuffle between the two groups, a fight broke out. It is being told that there was a demonstration in Malegaon against the violence in Tripura in the past. During this people clashed among themselves. Let us inform that after the recent reports of violence against the minority Hindu community during Durga Puja in Bangladesh this year, there have been incidents of arson, looting, and violence in Tripura.

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