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Violence in the region is a test of the Adityanath government’s willingness and ability to negotiate communal faultlines

2017 Saharanpur violence: UP govt transfers six cases to CB-CID including two naming BJP leaders

The 31 cases were handed over to a special investigation team (SIT) in May that year formed by state government. The SIT has so far filed chargesheet in 12 cases and closure in eight.

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Saharanpur violence: Illegal mining syndicate behind caste clashes, Mayawati escalated tension, says CM Yogi Adityanath

The CM said he then asked the officers how those who have always spread caste hatred could be expected to preach the message of peace there.

Saharanpur violence : Centre seeks report from UP government

The Centre has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to provide details of the Saharanpur violence and the steps taken to restore peace in the district which has been witnessing inter-caste clashes since April.

Saharanpur violence: On the run, Bhim Army chief appears at Jantar Mantar, says will surrender

Chandrashekhar is named in one of the 24 FIRs registered by UP Police for his alleged role in instigating violent protests by Dalits in Saharanpur on May 9.

Meet face behind Dalit anger and violence in Saharanpur: a 30-year-old local lawyer

According to Chandrashekhar, the Bheem Army is a “platform where we give direction to our young blood and make them aware”.

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Saharanpur violence: UP govt transfers 2 police officers

SP (City) Sanjay Singh and SP (Rural) Rafeeq Ahmed have been transfered from Saharanpur, official sources said.

Rioting and arson in Saharanpur caused Rs 244 crore loss: Study

"There is consolidated amount of economic loss to the agriculture, industry and services sectors," the study said.

After Saharanpur

It seems that the extremist elements want to maintain this type of atmosphere in UP and create a sense of fear and insecurity among minorities.

‘No new toys for children, no biryani at home’

Even as people prayed at the Jama Masjid, the surrounding streets remained empty.

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