Patiala’s night passed in curfew, IG-SSP may be attacked

Punjab Violence: Tension prevails in Patiala, Punjab after violent clashes between two groups. After the violence on Friday, the entire night of Patiala was spent in curfew. At the same time, Hinduist organizations have called Patiala Bandh in protest against the violence. For this, Section 144 has been imposed in many districts. Hindu organizations claim that there was a ruckus due to the anti-Khalistan march. When the situation worsened, the police had to fire in the air. This violent clash took place during the anti-Khalistan march near the Kali Devi temple in Patiala. According to the information, there was a fight between two groups in the dispute of taking out the march. Swords were used in both the groups, there was stone pelting. Many people were injured in this clash. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has expressed concern about this incident. He has termed it as very unfortunate.

Political intensified after the violent clash in Patiala

Aam Aadmi Party on Patiala violence said that the fight between Shiv Sena and Shiromani Akali Dal activists. Aam Aadmi Party claims BJP Yuva Morcha was involved in Patiala violence. BJP leader Varun Jindal’s sword waving picture released. AAP MP Raghav Chadha said that the violent clash in Patiala was not between two factions but between workers of two political parties. At the same time, Congress and BJP called the failure of Aam Aadmi Party’s Bhagwant Mann government regarding violence.  After the violent clash, curfew was imposed in Patiala till 6 am. Police detained Shiv Sena leader Harish Singla. Same, Harish Singla, who called ‘anti-Khalistani march’ in Patiala, was expelled from the party by Shiv Sena has.

SSP and IG may fall on

After the Patiala violence, the Chief Minister of the state Bhagwant Mann is looking tough. Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said that the situation is being monitored. Will not let anyone disturb the atmosphere. Patiala’s SSP and IG may be charged. Both officers can be removed. CM Bhagwant Mann held a high level meeting regarding law and order. Minorities Commission has sought report from Punjab Government on Patiala Violence. National Commission for Minorities has summoned a report from the Punjab Government on the Patiala incident. 

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