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Updates From Hyderabad : Islamist Jehadis Objected Hanuman Jayanti : Trying Bigger Chaos still now.Two stabbed to death.
Fanatic Raioters Brunt an Auto-Rickshaw in Hindu area of Hyderabad City. Pic. The Hindu.First Published : 30 Mar 2010 06:25:45 PM IST||Last Updated : 31 Mar 2010 08:25:29 AM IST||Express Buzz
HYDERABAD: One more person was stabbed to death in Hyderabad Tuesday, taking the toll in the communal violence to two while riots spread to new areas and curfew was imposed in the limits of eight more police stations.While curfew continued the old city without any relaxation, it was imposed in new areas following fresh clashes.Hyderabad police Commissioner A.K. Khan said Tuesday evening that indefinite curfew would be in force in Afzalgunz, Begumbazar, Shahinathgunz, Tappachaputra, Asifnagar, Mangalhat, Kulsumpura and Habibnagar police stations.This has taken the number of police stations under curfew to 25. Indefinite curfew was imposed in all 17 police stations in the south zone (old city) Monday night and it continued Tuesday without any relaxation.He also imposed prohibitory orders banning processions and rallies across this Andhra Pradesh capital after clashes in new areas.The communal violence, which was so far confined to the old city, spread to other areas in the city, triggering tension.One person was stabbed to death in Karwan area adjoining the old city. One person was killed Monday.
Old Hyderabad tense curfew to continue till 6 pm
Press Trust of India, Tuesday March 30, 2010, Hyderabad
Curfew has been extended till Wednesday morning and patrolling intensified in communal violence-hit areas of the old city where clashes during the last three days left one dead and 80 injured.
The situation was, however, “totally under control” with the deployment of a large number of central security forces, Hyderabad City Police Commissioner A K Khan told reporters.
Curfew was imposed last evening in 17 police station areas of South Zone after fresh violence erupted in Moghalpura, Shalibanda, Charminar, Aliabad, Falaknuma, Shamsheergunj and Lal Darwaja localities.
“We have intensified patrolling in lanes and by-lanes in curfew-affected areas where communal clashes took place during the last three days,” Khan said. He said though the situation was tense, it was totally under control with the deployment of a large number of security forces including RAF and CRPF.
Replying to a query, he said the decision to relax curfew would be taken tomorrow Pic.^Lord Shiva Idol broken by fanatic Muslims during Hyderabad Riots after monitoring the situation. He warned that stern action would be taken against those involved in communal clashes.
Due to curfew, 10th class examinations in 140 centres in South Zone area have been postponed, South Zone DCP Madhusudhan Reddy said.
Osmania University authorities, meanwhile, announced that the degree examination scheduled to be held from tomorrow has been postponed to April 7.
One person was stabbed to death on Monday and another hurt in the Shalibanda area. Another person was injured when a vehicle was attacked at Khilwat Chowrasta. About 130 persons, suspected to be involved in the communal clashes, have been taken into custody so far, police added.
The Centre has rushed 1,800 paramilitary personnel to restore peace in the sensitive areas. The entire force has been put on alert to maintain law and order in view of Hanuman Jayanti celebrations.
^^A street in the old city area seen fully decorated with saffron flags for the Hanuman Jyanti festival. Riots subsequently broke out in the area. Photo: Mohammed Yousuf in The Hindu. The Green specs do not tolerate saffron items (HE).
At least 20 people including eight journalists were injured as clashes between irate mobs belonging to two communities continued at several places in the Old City for the second successive day on Sunday on March 28, 2010.
A street in the old city area were seen fully decorated with saffron flags for the Hanuman Jyanti festival which irritated the fanatic Muslim who tried to destroy the “Mahavir Jhandas” and attacked the organisers of the festival. Riots subsequently broke out in the area. Generally, the Hindus observe the Mahavir Hanumat Jayanti after the observation of Ram Navami Festival in large scale. As Hyderabad is a Muslim dominated area with a good numbers of fundamental Muslims leaders in national level, the Hindus are generally denied to observe their festivals in a trouble-free situation. However the instigators began the trouble in Moosa Bowli area when a rumor was aired for removing green flags and putting up saffron flags instead.
Trouble began in Moosa Bowli when one group allegedly removed green flags and put up saffron flags instead. But the Picture shows the intact Green Flags. No Saffron Flags there. But the Muslim Mob started Rioting as per Quranic dictum (HE).
^^An RAF constable stands by his tear-gas lobbing gun following clashes in Hyderabad’s old city. Photo: Mohammed Yousuf in The Hindu.
All the injured were treated as out-patients in Osmania General Hospital and discharged after treatment. Equipment of a daily’s photographer too was smashed in the melee. Few shops were also selectively targeted and burnt by mobs in Begum Bazar.
^^Two groups pelting stones at each other in Siddiamberbazar. The Sunday riots left 20 people injured. Photo: Mohammed Yousuf in The Hindu. Anyway the persecuted Hindus tried to resist the Muslim rioters this time with some courage(HE).
Yesterday’s communal incident over putting up of flags by a community and resisted by another in Moosabowli and Hussainialam spread to other areas like Mylardevpalli in Rajendernagar, Siddiambar Bazar, Afzalgunz and environs today.
Stone pelting took place sporadically even as small gangs moved around menacingly in certain lanes beating up whoever they came across, eye witnesses said. Innocent passersby on roads were being dragged out of vehicles and being beaten up even as rumours flew thick and fast about religious places coming under attack further heightening tensions.
Vehicles including six cars and a two-wheeler were reportedly burnt in a few places even as police rushed forces like Rapid Action Force (RAF) contingents to the troubled spots. Senior police officials are camping near Charminar to bring the situation under control.
Although traffic was moving, all the shops along with fuel filling stations remained shut in most parts of the Old city.
Local Hanuman Jayanti Organizers vehemently protested over the arrests of innocent Hindus and demanded an administrative or police investigation about the anti Hindu activities up-growing in Hyderabad and adjacent areas by the fanatical Muslims. They categorically hope a Hindu-Muslim harmony in the whole area as the Hindus aspire it. But not in the name of humiliation and persecution upon Hindus in Hyderabad or anywhere in India.
At latest the situation is under control as per available report.
Special input from Hyderabad Desk of Hindu Existence(HE) and Due Courtesy to The Hindu, Express Buzz, PTI and Agencies.
posted by Upananda Brahmachari.