Hyderabad: Telangana, ASP Kiran Khare has said that CCTV footage of people writing 'Jai Shri Ram' on the walls of the mosque has been identified. One of the accused has been identified as Mohammad Abdul Kaif and the other is a minor. The incident took place in Bhainsa, Telangana. Let us tell you that recently there was a Hindu-Muslim riot in Bhainsa, which led to communal tension.
The police officer said that he had received a complaint that some anti-social people had written 'Jai Shri Ram' on the walls of the local mosque on May 26. Following the complaint, police immediately investigated the case and collected the footage CCTV concerned. Two suspects were then identified and arrested. The arrested accused include Mohammed Abdul Kaif, the 20-year-old son of Mohammed Abdul Majid, and a 14-year-old minor. Both the accused live in a nearby area of the mosque. The accused said the minor boy wrote 'Jai Shri Ram' after the elder boy ordered him to do so. CCTV footage as well as handwriting match the suspect. The police officer said that the accused have confessed to the crime.
In the past, there was a communal clash between two religious groups in Bhainsa, resulting in two houses and nine vehicles being set on fire. 10 people including some journalists and policemen were injured in the stone pelting. Police had later said that the violence took place after an argument between two persons over a bike accident, which later turned into a fight between two religious groups.