Police claimed they resorted to lathicharge only after some persons started throwing stones at the police vehicles, Lalji Patel alleged that Patel agitators were targeted without any provocation.
The trouble started when objectionable recorded slogans were played in a Ram Navami procession triggering clash between two groups of people at the nearby Kud Rewali village near Hazaribagh railway station, Deputy Commissioner Mukesh Kumar said.
The unrest began Sunday in the town of Kasserine in central Tunisia where a young man electrocuted himself.
Police from neighbouring Ujjain district and Rapid Action Force (RAF) personnel are manning the streets.
“Tension began after some people assaulted a youth following alleged discovery of some objectionable object near a Kali temple in village Kaaldoba on Friday evening,” said Dhubri SP.
One Moghal Hayat has been arrested for spreading rumours Saturday that resulted in fresh violence.
Chief Minister said that he has personally taken up the matter with the Prime Minister and Union Home Minister.
The District Magistrate said security forces were maintaining a tight vigil on trouble-mongers to prevent any violence.
The clash took place after two youths from separate communities got into a heated argument over a seat in a bus.
Thailand has been gripped by bouts of political instability for more than seven years.
Though the curfew has been lifted for day time,section 144 of CrPc will continue to be in force.
Curfew was clamped in Vizianagaram on the night of October 5 in the wake of large-scale violence by anti-bifurcation agitators.
The death of a cow sparked off violence in Khirkiya town of Harda district,about 175 km from Bhopal,Thursday leading to stone pelting and arson,forcing authorities to impose indefinite curfew.
Curfew was re-imposed in Shopian district after being lifted on September 11.
On Wednesday,CRPF killed another youth leading to fresh protests.