Tripura: A mosque was destroyed and shops set on fire during a VHP rally

PTI, Agartala

Published by: Jeet Kumar
Updated to Wednesday, 27 October 2021 01:23 AM IST

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According to police, some people pelted stones at the door of a mosque in Chantila area during the rally.

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The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) held a rally to protest the recent destruction and violence at Hindu temples and Durga pavilions in Bangladesh, during which a mosque and two shops were vandalized in the Chamtila area of ​​Tripura district. There was a fire. Set.

In the case, police superintendent Bhavanapada Chakraborty said three shops belonging to the minority community in Roa Bazaar in the district were also targeted and some shops were vandalized. The incident took place on Tuesday evening.

During the rally, some people pelted stones and smashed the door of a mosque in Chantila area. The SP said security forces reached the spot and brought the situation under control. A police official said a complaint had been lodged to this extent.

The incident was condemned by the opposition CPM. The CPI (M) has issued a statement asking the shop owners to pay adequate compensation. He appealed to people from all walks of life to ensure that the mob that is disrupting religious harmony in the state is active and maintains peace.

BJP spokesperson Nabendu Bhattacharya said he was not aware of the incident but suggested that the police take appropriate action if anything like this happened.

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The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) held a rally to protest the recent destruction and violence at Hindu temples and Durga pavilions in Bangladesh, during which a mosque and two shops were vandalized in the Chamtila area of ​​Tripura district. There was a fire. Set.

In the case, police superintendent Bhavanapada Chakraborty said three shops belonging to the minority community in Roa Bazaar in the district were also targeted and some shops were vandalized. The incident took place on Tuesday evening.

During the rally, some people pelted stones and smashed the door of a mosque in Chantila area. The SP said security forces reached the spot and brought the situation under control. A police official said a complaint had been lodged to this extent.

The incident was condemned by the opposition CPM. The CPI (M) has issued a statement asking the shop owners to pay adequate compensation. He appealed to people from all walks of life to ensure that the mob that is disrupting religious harmony in the state is active and maintains peace.

BJP spokesperson Nabendu Bhattacharya said he was not aware of the incident but suggested that the police take appropriate action if anything like this happened.

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