During the procession of Ram Navami, there was a huge uproar in six states of the country. Anti-social elements pelted stones at the procession in Gujarat, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh. Which sparked violence. One has died in Gujarat. There was a ruckus in Delhi’s JNU campus over non-veg food during the puja. The rioters pelted stones at the students. In which many students were injured. Let us know what happened in which state?

Riots in three districts of Gujarat, one dead, many injured

Anti-social elements created a ruckus in Sabarkantha, Anand and Dwarka of Gujarat. A Vishwa Hindu Parishad (ABVP) procession was attacked on Ram Navami in Sabarkantha. Several vehicles and shops were set ablaze. Violence broke out after stone-pelting during a procession in Anand district. in which one person died. Anti-social elements also targeted the procession in Dwarka. The police have arrested over 15 people in connection with the riots. Tight police arrangements have been made in all the three districts.

West Bengal: Stone pelted on bank minister’s car during procession in Bankura, Union minister’s car also attacked

There was a tremendous uproar during the Ram Navami procession in Bankura, West Bengal. Anti-social elements pelted stones at a procession in front of a mosque near Machantala Petrol Pump More. Union Minister of State for Education Dr. Subhash Sarkar said, “Stones were thrown at the Ram Navami procession in Bankura. It was done politically. They also threw stones at my car. I urge the police to identify the culprits and arrest them.”

Jharkhand: Stone pelting on procession, attacked with sharp weapons

Stones were pelted at Ram Navami procession near Hirahi Bhokta Garden area of ​​Lohardaga district of Jharkhand. Those involved in the procession were attacked with sharp weapons. More than 15 people involved in the procession were injured. There is an atmosphere of tension in the entire district. In view of the situation, a large number of security forces have been deployed in the area.

Madhya Pradesh: Weather in Khargone, four houses burnt

In Khargone, Madhya Pradesh, there was a tremendous uproar on Ram Navami. Anti-social elements set fire to some houses in the city, in which four houses were completely burnt. Reportedly, as the Ram Navami procession started, some people started brawling over the DJ. Soon the stone-pelting started. After this both the sides came face to face. A police officer was also injured in the attack. The district administration had imposed curfew at Talab Chowk, Gaushala Marg, Motipura behind the stadium in Tower area.

Controversy over Ram Navami Puja in JNU

Controversy has started in JNU regarding worship on Ram Navami. A fierce fight broke out between ABVP and Left students. Many students were injured in this incident. Actually some students were worshiping on Ram Navami in Kaveri Hostel. It is alleged that in the meantime some student leaders started Roza Iftar party. Ordered not to pay salary. Some students performing Ram Navami Puja protested against it. At the same time, it is not appropriate to bring non-veg during worship. After this, a fight broke out between both the sides. In which many students were injured. At present, the police have started the investigation by registering an FIR. Police force has been deployed in the JNU campus as a precaution.

Karnataka: Stone pelting on procession, tension

They were pelted with stones during the Ramnavami procession in Kolar, Karnataka. Home Minister Arga Gyanendra gave this information on Monday. He said the atmosphere had deteriorated a bit after the stone-pelting, but the situation was brought under control by the police.