MP: Violence in Raigad, many houses and cars gutted

Bhopal: A case of violence between two communities has once again come to light in Madhya Pradesh. In fact, this is the case of Raigarh where violence between two communities in Raigad has taken place over a land dispute. The case took place late on Wednesday night. At the same time, the police who reached the spot during this case were also attacked by the miscreants and many vehicles were blown up. However, a large number of the police force has been deployed in the area at present. On the other hand, Raigarh SP Pradeep Sharma told news agency ANI, "There was a clash between two groups in Karedi village. A shop and 2-3 motorcycles were set on fire. Two people have been admitted to the hospital and their condition is normal. We dispersed the crowd using tear gas and the situation is under control."

The police said that on Wednesday night, there was an incident of assault in Kareli village of Raigarh after a land dispute. After this, angry people from the other side set fire to the house of the accused. Many motorcycles and other cars were blown up. On getting information about the violence, the police force reached the village, and the miscreants also attacked it. The vehicle of SDM and sho in-charge was pelted with stones. The quarrel is said to have started with a dispute between Allaveli and Mohan Verma of Kareni village. There is a dispute between them about the land.

In fact, Allaveli had assaulted Mohan Verma and after this, Mohan Verma's close friends and supporters of Allaveli started beating him up. As soon as I saw it, the minor dispute turned into violence. After that, the violent mob set fire to Allaveli's house. Police said, apart from both sides, policemen were also injured in the violence. As soon as the news of the violence on the other side was received, the police and administration officials reached the village. In such a situation, the mob attacked them too. During this time, the assailants also pelted stones at the vehicle of Khilchipur SDM Pallavi Vaidya, Rajgarh Tahsildar and Kotwali police. After this, the police force of Rajgarh SP Pradeep Sharma, collector Harsh Dixit, ASP Mankamna Prasad and nearby police stations also immediately reached the village and brought the situation under control.

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