Cachar's Christmas celebrations are disrupted by miscreants

On Sunday, miscreants disrupted a Christmas event in Silchar, Assam's Cachar district, demanding that Hindus boycott the celebrations, according to a senior police officer.

She went on to say that seven of the youths engaged in the incident on Saturday evening have been apprehended thus far. The incident occurred at a Christmas party in an open field in Cachar, according to Cachar Superintendent of Police Ramandeep Kaur.

"Some youngsters went to the festival site and requested that other Hindus not attend. They have no objections to Christians commemorating the event "she statedPolice have not received a complaint about the event, according to Kaur, despite the fact that the kids involved have been detained.

"We're investigating the issue. So yet, we have received no feedback on any group's involvement "SP has been added.

Locals, on the other hand, said the criminals were linked to the Bajrang Dal. According to eyewitness reports, the teenagers were dressed in saffron scarves and yelled "Jai Shri Ram" as they began to assault those present. The event occurred at 9 p.m., when the arena was packed with people from all around the city who had come to celebrate.

When the violence began, several individuals were busy shooting selfies and photographs. When the revellers asked why the teenagers were protesting, the miscreants allegedly informed them that as Hindus, they should be celebrating 'Tulsi Diwas,' which falls on Christmas Day.

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