Stone pelting at the rally collecting donations for the construction of Ram temple

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Indore : After Ujjain, now a rally was started to collect donations for the Ram temple in Indore. According to the information, the dispute occurred after reciting Hanuman Chalisa near a religious place. A dozen people were injured in the stone pelting. In view of the situation, a police force has been immediately deployed at the scene. The situation is currently under control.

The incident took place in Chandankhede village of Gautampura police station area of Indore. The incident took place when a Hinduist organization rally came out this morning to fundraise for the Ram temple being built in Ayodhya. When the rally was leaving one village and going to another village, then people from two sides came face to face and within a short time stones started. About a dozen people were injured in this stone pelting.

The injured were rushed for immediate treatment and immediately a heavy police force was sent to the spot. The controversy grew when activists started reading Hanuman Chalisa’s text while standing near a religious place on the way. Although the workers were slowly moving forward, but some people started a dispute. Before the police could handle the situation, stone pelting started from behind.

According to the information, there were more than 200 stone pelters. Some other activists also threw stones at the rally to save the injured and the police drove the youths off the spot. As soon as the stress information was received in the village, a contingent of Indore DRP Line Reserve Police Force was dispatched on the spot. Shortly, senior officials also reached the spot and started to control the situation. Now many senior officials associated with the Hindu organization also reached the village and identified the attackers and demanded their arrest.

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