Stones were pelted in Himmatnagar and Khambhat during processions on the day of Ram Navami in Gujarat. Now after this attack, a bulldozer has been run in the Khambhat area of Gujarat. Many illegal shops have been demolished during this period. The incident of stone pelting in the sensitive Shakkarpur of Khambhat on the day of Ram Navami has a deep impact. After the incident, the police have started action. On the other hand, the system is also in motion. The practice of relieving pressure by fixing sensitive points has been done in Khambhat Taluka. The government has taken major action in the case of Ram Navami violence in Khambhat. Police have registered a case against 57 people in the case and 11 accused have been arrested. The arrest of 46 accused is pending. The involvement of 2 molvi in the Shakarpura case has come to the fore.
Bulldozers have been run in the area after the attack on the procession on the day of Ram Navami. During this time encroachment has been removed from illegally built shops. Illegal property has been prosecuted. The administration has also received information that the property of the accused of violence is also illegal. If it is illegal it will be broken too.
Violence erupted on Ram Navami in Anand district of Gujarat. Revelations are being made one after the other regarding the violence that broke out in the Khambhat area. Police investigation has revealed that a conspiracy was hatched to attack the Ram Navami procession. Police said the boys were brought from outside to Khambhat to pelt stones in the procession. The boys were assured that they would get all legal and financial help if caught. Police said the conspirators had already decided to throw stones at the procession by standing near the graveyard. The reason for this was that the stone was easily found in the cemetery.
Police have started the process of arrests by registering a case of stone pelting on Ram Navami procession in Shakarpur, Khambhat. The arrested people, including a cleric, have been taken on remand. On the other hand, the place where the stone-pelting took place has been a source of constant and persistent communal tension in the area for the past several years, which the police and administration are now trying to resolve permanently. In this regard, sensitive points have been identified in the taluka by the district administration and police and an exercise has been carried out to remove the obstruction around these places, including underground or illegal raw or crop pressure.