A police constable was critically injured, on Wednesday, throughout a violent conflict that broke out in Bhim city of Rajasthan’s Rajsamand district at an indication towards the daylight killing of a tailor in Udaipur. The demonstration came about towards the latest incident in Udaipur wherein Kanhaiya Lal, a tailor was beheaded by two Muslim males a day in the past.
A video shared by information company ANI confirmed the injured constable being taken away by two law enforcement officials on a motorbike, whereas a constable constantly pressed his hand on the pinnacle of the injured personnel to cease the blood oozing out from his wound. Meanwhile, different police personnel are seen dashing to cease protesters from “heading towards sensitive areas”. The injured constable is alleged to have been attacked with a “sharp object”.
According to experiences, police resorted to aerial firing and baton charging after incidents of stone-pelting on the protest.
On Tuesday, the 2 Muslim males beheaded killed Lal and shared a chilling video of the identical on-line. In the clip, the accused stated they have been ‘avenging an insult to Islam’. One of them additionally issued threats to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The accused, Riyaz Attari and Ghous Mohammed, have been arrested by the Rajasthan Police inside a number of hours.
Prohibitory order continues to be in place with 600 extra cops stationed throughout town of lakes. Schools, schools, places of work and retailers stayed shut, whereas the web remained suspended in view of regulation and order.
Police stated cyber cell groups are monitoring social media posts to examine for any faux information that may set off tensions. There can be a curfew in some components of town whereas Section 144 has been imposed in all districts of Rajasthan for a month.
Meanwhile, a merchants’ physique supported by the VHP and different Hindu teams has introduced that markets in Jaipur will stay closed Thursday in protest towards the homicide of a tailor in Udaipur for allegedly insulting Islam.
The name was given by the Sanyukt Vyapar Mahasangh which is supported by the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) and different Hindu teams.
“The markets will remain closed on Thursday in protest against the incident in Udaipur,” a VHP chief stated.
(With company inputs)