The Bharatiya Janata Party MP Dharmapuri Arvind had put the blame on the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) leader Mohammad Jabir Ahmed for inciting the Bhainsa Riots 2021 at Bhainsa town in Nirmala district, Telangana.
After the Bhainsa communal riots 2021, around 600 policemen have been deployed by the state government to avoid any further communal clashes.
BJP MP Dharmapuri Arvind alleges that the AIMIM leader Mohammad Jabir Ahmed is the culprit
“All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) leader Mohammad Jabir Ahmed is the culprit behind the riots. He has been known for grabbing lands from the local Hindus. He was the one who was spreading the communal rumors through social media, and that’s when the communal violence began,” Arvind told the reporters.
“There have been a series of riots in Bhainsa in the previous years. And the reason they happened is that the police department is under political pressure of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) and AIMIM,” alleged the BJP MLA.
“More than 10 people were harmed in the most recent communal clash. 2 were gravely harmed and are admitted to a private hospital in Hyderabad,” elaborated Arvind.
“Around 100 people have been arrested by the police for the riots, out of which 50 are Muslims and 50 are Hindus. The same kind of riot occurred in January of last year and even then Hindus were the primary victim of the communal clashes. Hindus’ houses were burned and Hindus vehicles were destroyed and damaged,” added Arvind.
Section 144 of the CrPC imposed after the Bhainsa Riots Telangana
After the two communities clashed on Sunday night, Section 144 was imposed the following day by the Telangana police.
According to reports, the clash began after an argument broke out between members of the two communities. The argument soon turned physical when they started throwing stones at each other. Amid the stone pelting, some miscreants took advantage of the situation and set fire on some of the vehicles.
This is the third communal clash that occurred in Bhainsa in the past year. Two happened in January and in May of last year, in which more than 30 people were harmed and many houses and vehicles were burned.
Few policemen and journalists were among the injured in the Bhainsa Violence
When asked by the media about the current situation of the town, Inspector-General of Police Y. Nagi Reddy ensured that the situation is now under control and the violence that occurred last night was between two groups of youths over a motorcycle accident.
The Union Home Minister Amit Shah himself spoke to the current Minister of state for home Affairs G. Kishan Reddy about the incident and enquired about the current situation of the Bhainsa town.
Meanwhile, the National spokesperson of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) had requested the political parties not to make the Bhainsa Riots an issue for political gain.
“CM K Chandrashekhar Rao has always been strict against people spreading communal violence and also against people spreading communal rumors across social media trying to create social disharmony,” TRS spokesperson Krishank told the news reporter.
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