Clock ban imposed, not suspended in Rajasthan city after joint clash | Latest News India

According to officials, violence erupted after stones were blocked during a motorcycle rally, held to mark Nav Samvatsar – the first day of the new year under the Hindu calendar – as it passed through a Muslim-dominated area. In the clashes that followed, cars and shops were set on fire, officials said.

Authorities that have issued a curfew were also shut down in Rajasthan’s Karauli on Saturday, when joint clashes and arson broke out in the area, police officials said.

According to officials, violence erupted after stones were blocked during a motorcycle rally, held to mark Nav Samvatsar – the first day of the new year under the Hindu calendar – as it passed through a Muslim-dominated area. In the clashes that followed, cars and shops were set on fire, officials said.

“About 35 people were injured. About 10 of them are being treated at a local hospital. One injured person was referred to a Jaipur SMS Hospital in critical condition while the rest were discharged after primary treatment,” police said. room.

“Section 144 held in Karauli from 6:30 pm today, April 2, until 12 o’clock on April 4, in connection with a case of stone handball at a ‘Shobha Yatra’ (bicycle rally) in the city. Internet will also be closed on April 2 and 3 (until midnight), “said Karauli DM Rajendra Singh Shekhawat.

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