An incident of violence in Damoh, Madhya Pradesh, has led to the filing of a case against 40 unidentified individuals for protesting against the incident and delivering inflammatory speeches. In this case, Chief Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav has directed strict action against the culprits.
According to the Chief Minister’s office, troublemakers in Damoh attempted to disrupt law and order, which was timely handled by the police administration. Dr. Mohan Yadav has ordered an investigation into the incident, and strict action will be taken against the wrongdoers. Maintaining peace in Madhya Pradesh remains the government’s top priority.
It is worth noting that the police have registered a case against 40 people belonging to a specific community for allegedly disrupting communal harmony in the Kotwali police station area of Damoh.
On Saturday night, a group of people had assaulted a tailor near the city’s mosque. This altercation also led to an altercation with the mosque’s Hafiz. Enraged individuals from the specific community had created a ruckus at the police station. The Kotwali police had registered a case against four youths. However, amidst demands for the immediate arrest of the protesting accused,
During this time, a large number of people present in the police station area created chaos and raised several objectionable slogans, prompting the police to use force. The police were on the city’s streets throughout the night amid tensions.
According to Damoh SP Sunil Tiwari, all four accused in the assault case with the tailor have been arrested. Meanwhile, a case has been registered against forty people causing a ruckus in the police station area. They are accused of disrupting social harmony. After the investigation, arrests will be made in this case.