Viswa Hindu Parishad spokesman Sourish Mukherjee claimed that trouble erupted after stones were pelted at the Ram Navami rally.
West Bengal's Asansol and Raniganj districts limping to normal after Ram Navami violence, prohibitory orders lifted
The route march by security forces has also been withdrawn in the area, a senior police official said, adding that pickets have also been pared in the region from today.
The Ministry of Home Affairs had last week asked the state for a status report on the violence and steps taken to restore peace.
One person was killed and two police officers suffered serious injuries on Monday when clashes broke out between two groups over a Ram Navami procession in the Raniganj area of Bardhaman district.
Large number of security personnel were deployed on the streets of Raniganj while a section of shops opened their shutters after remaining closed for the last five days.
Apart from a ban on armed rallies, additional forces will be deployed in each district and police personnel will be placed outside every religious place.
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Internet services were suspended to check the spread of rumours and the prohibitory orders were clamped to maintain peace, Asansol sub-divisional officer Proloy Roychowdhury said.