Jaipur: The discussion of the violence that broke out in Jodhpur, Rajasthan has also reached the United Nations (UN). A UN spokesperson on Wednesday appealed to the Indian government and agencies to ensure peace and harmony in the city. Along with this, the office of UN chief Antonio Guterres has urged all communities in the city to work together.
Please tell that after the Eid prayers, there was a ruckus in Jodhpur. Muslims took to the streets in large numbers, throwing stones full of acid bottles at people's homes. After this, the police had increased security in the area. Also the internet was shut down. When asked about the pre-Eid violence, the secretary general's deputy spokesman said, "I think the basic thing is our hope that different communities will work together and that the government and the security forces will make sure that all people." May you be able to carry out your activities including the festival in peace. Five policemen were also injured during the violence.
According to media reports, ADG (Law and Order) HS Ghumaria has told that even today heavy police force is deployed in the district and curfew has been 'strictly enforced'. He has said that, 'even small incidents in the district are being closely monitored.' So far 97 people have been arrested in cases related to violence.