Ruckus again in MP, two groups clash over construction of temple near Dargah

Neemuch: The news of tension between two communities is coming to the fore in Neemuch, Madhya Pradesh. In fact, in this case, it is being told that there was a dispute between the two parties regarding the consecration of the Hanuman statue at the old court in Neemuch. And after that, both sides pelted stones at each other. In this case, the police had to use tear gas shells to control the crowd. And to control the situation, Section 144 has been imposed in the area. In this case, Neemuch SP Suraj Kumar Verma says that there is a dargah here. There some people established the idol of Hanuman Ji. There was a dispute between both the parties regarding this.

The police who reached the spot after getting information about this case, have brought the situation under control. In fact, he said, "There has also been stone-pelting between the two sides. Two or three bikes were damaged. However, no one was injured in the dispute.'' Talking about the case, Neemuch SP Suraj Kumar Verma said, "Where there was a dispute, people from both the Hindu-Muslim communities live there. Tear gas shells were fired to clear the crowd during the dispute. After this, the police patrolled the streets and people have been asked to stay in their houses.''

He further said that during this time, people have also been asked not to pay attention to the rumour. He also told that those who are spreading rumours are being identified, and action will be taken against them. However, so far, there has been no complaint from either side regarding the dispute.

this is not the first case, but earlier also there was violence on Ram Navami in Khargone in Madhya Pradesh. In fact, there was a dispute between two groups after stone pelting on the Ram Navami procession here. After this, a curfew was imposed in Khargone and at the same time bulldozers were fired on the illegal properties of the accused of violence.

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