Cases have been registered against four persons.
Special arrangements have been made for the inmates to offer prayers and enjoy their ‘sehris’ and ‘iftars’.
Muzaffarnagar inquiry report lets off politicians complicit in the flaring of communal violence.
On Sunday, four persons were arrested and produced before the court, which sent them to judicial custody.
Today it’s India vs Pak within country, not just on borders, says BJP MLA.
The inquiry committee of the Uttar Pradesh Assembly investigating a sting operation on Muzaffarnagar riots, had tabled its report in the Assembly last month, holding several staff members of TV Today Network guilty
The Assembly passed the decision by voice vote, though BJP legislators staged a walkout to register their disagreement with the committee report.
BJP sources said that party will now have the advantage in the ‘divisive politics’ going into the the assembly elections.
The by-elections were necessitated in Muzaffarnagar, Deoband and Bikapur due to death of of SP MLAs Chitranjan Swaroop, Rajendra Singh Rana and Mitrasen Yadav last year.
Jamiat leaders to target SP govt over acquittal of riots accused.
While Muslim leaders blamed poor police investigation for the acquittals, Rana said that the families of the two victims turned hostile during the trial. And for reasons they don’t explain, the families no longer wish to pursue the case.
On Sunday, the accused, identified as one Ibrahim, was produced before the court which sent him to judicial custody.
Heavy police force has been deployed in both Shernagar and the adjoining Bilaspur village (from where the attackers came) to maintain calm
The argument snowballed into a group clash and stone pelting which left police constable Nishant, Home Guard jawan Ishver Singh, and 10 others injured.
Hundreds of people who were displaced from Kutba village had resettled in Palda village. Eight persons were killed and many injured in the violence there.