Ajmer: One dead after spit over bicycle-car accident turns violent in Beawar | Ajmer News

AJMER: Day after the curfew was imposed in Karauli after violence, one person was killed and several injured in Beawar’s vegetable market on Sunday morning after a small argument over a car hitting a motorcycle became violent.
The incident caused tension in the area and several people from both sides attacked each other with sticks and rods. Ajmer SP Vikas Sharma and deputy SP Sumit Maharda reached the place to check the situation.
“We have arrested several people. Action will be taken against the accused,” he said. This is the second such incident after a similar problem was seen in Karauli, within 24 hours.
According to police, Mohammad Saleem (54), a resident of Jama Masjid, had parked his motorbike in front of his shop. The neighbor shopkeeper also got in his car to deliver vegetables to his shop. His car accidentally hit Saleem’s motorcycle on which the two started arguing. Soon people gathered and started attacking each other with sticks, sticks and other weapons.
Saleem suffered wounds to his head, his two sons were also wounded among many others. All wounded were rushed to the Amrit Kaur hospital of the government, where Saleem was pronounced dead. Some were admitted for treatment, while others were discharged after first aid. The body of the deceased was transferred to the family after the descent.

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