The incident took place in Mangbaeda village on Saturday after relatives of the bride insisted that the groom wear a 'dhoti-kurta' during the marriage rituals, as per their tribal tradition.
A clash broke out between two groups on April 29 over an 'anti-Khalistan' march outside the Kali Mata temple in Patiala.
Randeep Surjewala alleged that there will be no communal riots now in Uttar Pradesh or in Uttarakhand as elections are over there and the BJP has served its agenda.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Patiala team headed by Inspector Shaminder Singh arrested Parwana at the Mohali airport.
The 51-year-old, who posted a series of tweets, said there is 'widespread anti-Muslim' rhetoric in the country and hoped Hindus don't succumb to 'this fear-mongering' and 'propaganda'.
According to police, there was stone-pelting and arson during the clashes and some vehicles were also torched.
Home to mostly people belonging to lower income groups, C-Block was the epicentre of communal clashes on Saturday.
Jahangirpuri clashes: Home minister Amit Shah asks Delhi Police Commissioner to ensure strict action
Amit Shah spoke with Asthana after a report was presented to him by senior Delhi Police officials on the April 16 incident in Delhi's Jahangirpuri area.
Without naming anyone, the former Union Agriculture minister also said on the micro-blogging site that many leaders have expressed a wish to bring together parties opposed to the BJP.
The police have arrested Prem Sharma, VHP's district sewa pramukh, in connection with the violence during the Hanuman Jayanti procession in Jahangirpuri.
With the latest arrest, the Delhi Police has so far held 22 people and apprehended two juveniles in connection with the incident that took place on Saturday.
Delhi Police Commissioner said 23 people from both communities have been arrested so far in connection with the Jahangirpuri violence.
According to Sub-Divisional Officer Arvind Kumar Lal, "there are sleeper cells that have emerged recently who are trying to disrupt the harmony of the place."
Videos circulating online showed Palestinians hurling rocks and police firing tear gas and stun grenades. Others showed worshippers barricading themselves inside the mosque.
While women are praying for his safety at their homes and nearby temples in the curfew-clamped Khargone, some residents of Khargone, as well as Indore, have collected around Rs 2 lakh.