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Saharanpur: Two hurt in Gujjar-Dalit clash over ‘lewd remarks’

A group of Gujjars alleged that Dalit youths had passed lewd remarks about the girls, while the other group denied the allegations, police said.

Mayawati brings brother, nephew to the fore at party rally in Meerut

Addressing her first rally after her resignation from Rajya Sabha in July, the former chief minister alleged that the dalits, tribals and OBC communities were being oppressed under the BJP.

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Saharanpur violence: NSA invoked against three accused in prison

On May 5, Dalits and Thakurs had clashed over a procession and loud music played by the Thakurs, who were on their way to attend an event related to Maharana Pratap’s anniversary in an adjoining village.

Saharanpur Violence case: SIT to seek release of four who were ‘falsely implicated’

The SIT is verifying claims of over 100 affidavits that families of accused filed claiming their innocence. Affidavits also carried “evidence” to support the claim.

Saharanpur gets new divisional commissioner

The Uttar Pradesh government has transferred Saharanpur Divisional Commissioner in an administrative reshuffle of 20 IAS officers following the recent incidents of caste clashes in the district.

Mayawati’s visit being probed: Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya

Keshav Prasad Maurya said that BSP chief Mayawati’s visit to Saharanpur and the spurt in violence there were a cause for “serious concern” and were being “probed”.

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Saharanpur clashes: Police defuse tension after locals find ‘damaged’ idol

Heavy security has been deployed at the village since the May 5 clash between Dalits and Thakurs following a dispute over a procession in memory of Rajput ruler Maharana Pratap.

Mob targets police as fresh violence erupts in Saharanpur

‘Bheem Army’ converges on city to ‘seek action’ against May 5 attack on Dalits

Maximum riots took place in UP since 2013

A rough estimate put the number of communal clashes to around 65 in which 15 people lost their lives.

Curfew relaxed, Eid prayers pass off peacefully in Saharanpur

The District Magistrate said security forces were maintaining a tight vigil on trouble-mongers to prevent any violence.

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Violence sweeps UP city over land dispute, three killed

More than two dozen vehicles were torched and over 70 shops set on fire.

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