Yogi government warns bulldozers would raze houses of 'miscreants' protesting against Prophet remark
Bulldozers have come out on the streets of Kanpur on Saturday to demolish the houses of miscreants involved in clashes over the Prophet remark.
In Saharanpur, protesters demanded the death sentence for her. There were also protests in Bijnor, Moradabad, Rampur and Lucknow over the controversial remarks. Sloganeering took place in Lucknow.
Eighteen people were arrested in connection with the violence and stone pelting in Kanpur on Friday as police scoured video footage to identify others.
As per the villagers, the panchayat office was supposed to come up at Bhagabanpur due to locational, infrastructural and connectivity facilities.
Meanwhile the Hubballi police are on the lookout for a person whose video from the protest site has gone viral. In the video a man is seen standing atop a police vehicle and shouting slogans.
The Hubballi police on Monday arrested 15 more people in connection with the stone pelting reported at Old Hubballi police station on Saturday night.
In September 2015, when a religious procession was going on, the police on duty at the spot asked the organisers to move ahead without delay.
Congress chief whip Tara Prasad Bahinipati criticised the Chief Minister for not attending the Assembly during the winter session which was marred by disruptions.
MP: Stones pelted at school by saffron outfit activists, locals alleging religious conversion of students
The violence by the saffron brigade and local residents inside the school premises happened while the Class XII students were appearing for the Mathematics examination.
Glass windows of three trucks and four cars were damaged late Tuesday night after some persons threw stones at the vehicles, taking advantage of the darkness, an official said.
Someone in the crowd threw what appeared to be a handful of gravel at the prime minister, TV images showed.
The DGP said counter measures to tackle drone threat have been in place and these would be further strengthened to defeat any conspiracy against peace.
Mohammad Yaseen Bhat of Gongoo area was hit by a stone in Pulwama area on Monday night, resulting in head injury, an officer said.
Authority of forces getting undermined, Governor rule will help restore normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir: Ex-DGP Kuldeep Khoda
He feels now that Governor's rule has been imposed, things should improve and law and order management should be better.
Six grenade attacks in the Kashmir Valley, including one at the residence of PDP MLA Mushtaq Shah, have taken place in the last 48 hours.