Prophet Muhammad Row

Prophet Muhammad Row: CM Yogi Adityanath has become very strict on the violence done in many cities of UP after Friday prayers in the Prophet controversy. He has directed the police-administration to take stern action against the miscreants.

Prophet Muhammad Row: CM Yogi Adityanath has taken a tough stand on the violence in many cities of UP after Friday prayers in the Prophet controversy. On Friday evening, CM Yogi sat with the top officials of the police-administration and inquired about the cases of violence.

Also ordered him to take strict action against anti-social elements. After the order of the head of the state, the officials announced that those who take law in their hands will be taught a tough lesson this time.

So far 136 arrested in UP for spreading violence

UP ADG (Law and Order) Prashant Kumar said that a total of 136 accused have been arrested so far in connection with the violence that took place in the state on Friday. Of these, 45 people have been arrested in Saharanpur, 37 from Prayagraj, 20 from Hathras, 7 from Moradabad, 4 from Firozabad and 23 from Ambedkar Nagar.

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On the basis of the videos and photos found from the spot, the accused are being marked and raids are being made to arrest the rest of the rioters. This number may increase in the coming time.

Mafia gangster Atiq Ahmed’s connection

Meanwhile, the connection of Mafia kingpin Atiq Ahmed has come to the fore in the violence in Prayagraj. The involvement of MIM District President Shah Alam in this violence has come to the fore. Shah Alam is said to be close to Mafia don Atiq Ahmed.

In such a situation, other members of Atiq gang are also feared to be involved in the violence outside Atala Masjid in Prayagraj on Friday. Earlier, the people of this gang were also found involved in the CAA-NRC Protest. It is alleged that MIM leader Shah Alam incited the crowd to riot, after which the people who came to offer Namaz pelted stones at the police.

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Indefinite curfew imposed in Ranchi

In Howrah, West Bengal, people who came out after offering Friday prayers pelted stones, in which many people were injured. In view of the tense situation there, the internet has been suspended till June 13.

Whereas an indefinite curfew has been imposed after the ruckus after the Namaz in Ranchi. Police forces are continuously patrolling in all areas and are appealing not to pay attention to any kind of rumours.

Dharma Parishad meeting will be held in Kashi today

At the same time, amidst the violence in UP, a meeting of the Dharma Parishad will be held in Kashi on June 11. In this meeting, a resolution will be passed against the growing Islamic terror in the country.

Big saints and religious leaders of Hindu religion will participate in the meeting. The meeting will be presided over by the President of the Council and Peethadheeshwar Mahant Balak Das Ji Maharaj of Patalpuri Math.

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