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HENB | Bhupal | April 5, 2015:: At least 25 people suffered heavy injuries including 10 of severe acid burns at Jawad town in Madhya Pradesh’s Neemuch district when some Jihadi miscreants pelted stones and threw acid bulbs or sprayed inflammable liquids at a Hindu religious procession being taken out on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti. Madhya Pradesh is a state in Central India.
Members of a Jihadi Muslim group hurled stones and attacked with acid bulbs at yearly Hanuman Jayanti procession of Hindus on Friday last. Soon both sides engaged in fighting, forcing police to lob tear gas shells and cane charge to disperse the clashing crowd.
The procession had started from Parkota Hanuman temple. And violence geared up at Khurra Chowk Mosque locality of Jawad town.
The incident happened when the Hanuman Jayanti procession reached Khurra Chowk Mosque where Muslim miscreants targeted the Hindu people in procession from different sides. Though few policemen tried to bring the situation under control, all efforts turned out futile as the situation went out of hand slowly.
Heavy violence flared up, with Muslim mob setting fire to residential buildings, vehicles and the shops which left many people, including police personnel, injured. When Hindus started retaliation, police went there to save the Jihadis.
This attack upon Hindus on Hanuman Jayanti procession happened in a state ruled by a BJP Govt in Madhya Pradesh seems to be incapable for providing the safety security of the Hindus in their religious festivals.
Nearly a dozen shops in Neemuch-Darwaja were set on fire. By the time fire tenders reached the spot, fire had gutted shops and a lot of damage was already done. In 1992, a similar incident had taken place in the same area when curfew was imposed following communal tension.
Inspector General of Police, Ujjain region, Madhu Kumar said the situation was now under control and some arrests had been effected while police were looking for yet more of the absconding miscreants.
Police said the situation as tensed but under control.
A curfew imposed on Friday night in Jawad town in Madhya Pradesh’s Neemuch district, following the communal violence, continued for the third day on Sunday.
Indrajit Singh, a sub divisional officer of police, Jawad town, told, “Women and children were exempted from the curfew between 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. on Sunday to let them buy things for their basic needs.”
He said a total of 45 people have been arrested till Sunday and heavy security deployment has been ensured.
A joint Hindu delegation team from Bhupal, consisting of different Hindu Organisations, is likely to visit Jawad town to take a stock of the situation and to extend possible help to the Hanuman Jayanti procession victims.
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