Ram Temple Inauguration
Late Monday night witnessed incidents of violence and tension in various parts of Telangana during the processions organized to mark the inauguration of the Ram temple in Ayodhya. Miscreants targeted shops and mosques, leading to clashes and disruptions, but prompt police intervention helped control the situation in several areas.
In Daultabad, Sangareddy district, a shop was set on fire, and another was ransacked by miscreants during the procession. The trouble erupted when the procession passed through a residential area, and some individuals allegedly assaulted residents of a house, claiming that a chappal had been hurled at the procession route. The police swiftly intervened, taking a couple and their children, who were assaulted, to the police station. AIMIM President and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi spoke to Sangareddy Superintendent of Police, urging decisive action against the troublemakers.
AIMIM MLA Kausar Mohiuddin highlighted similar incidents in Kosagi town, Narayanpet district, where a procession gathered outside a mosque, raising provocative slogans. The MLA communicated with the Narayanpet SP, demanding swift action against the miscreants, leading to the deployment of a police picket at the mosque.
Mohiuddin expressed concern over the creation of an atmosphere of fear in smaller towns and villages as processions continued till late at night, with participants raising slogans. He appealed to the public to maintain peace and disregard rumors.
Mild tension also unfolded in Narketpally, Nalgonda district, where a mob gathered outside a mosque and raised slogans during prayers. Police intervention successfully dispersed the crowd and restored order in the area.
The incidents have prompted local leaders and political figures to call for calm and unity among communities. The police are actively investigating the cases, and authorities are working to ensure the safety and security of all residents in the wake of these disturbances.
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