According to the FIR filed at Commercial Street police station, the complainant, from an organisation called Trilok Chand, alleges that the activists tried to provoke enmity on religious and linguistic grounds.
The matter came to light when some locals entered the school premises on Sunday, after noticing that a couple of trees planted inside the compound had been felled, he said. Upon entering the compound, they found the room open and the head of the statue lying on the ground, the officer said.
The incident happened last week in Kumb, a town in Khairpur district. The unidentified assailants fled the after vandalism. After the incident, the Hindus in the area held a protest in the city. They often complain of harassment by the extremists.
According to the local media report, vandalism resulted in deity image sprayed with black paint, broken windows, walls spray-painted with inappropriate messages and graffiti. A knife was stabbed in the chair, and cabinets were emptied.
The parents and students of the school at Patharghata area went on a rampage at around 4 pm after the alleged video purportedly showing the teacher and a class 10 girl student in a compromising position went viral on social media.
Ray saw the man writing long incoherent messages with a black maker on the pristine white wall of the gurdwara and started recording him with his cell phone. He aid the hateful message left on the walls of the gurdwara counters everything the Sikh community stands for.
Police said acting on a tip-off given by an auto driver that some people were damaging the cars, the police chased a motorbike, but two persons riding it managed to escape. He said that police were going through the footage of CCTV cameras installed on roads to identify the vandals.
New Delhi, Feb 15 (ANI): There was vandalism outside the Patiala House Court in New Delhi on Monday, where Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA O.P. Sharma had beaten up an unidentified man. The incident took place when Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar was produced in the court. Talking to the media, the BJP legislator said that those raising anti-India slogans would not be spared. When asked if they had taken the onus of patriotism, he replied in affirmation. Even though he was seen beating an unidentified man, he said that we were trying to catch hold of the one who was raising pro-Pakistan slogans.