Clash between two communities in Bhainsa town of Telangana, Section 144 enforced

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By: Tanumoy Banerjee

Last Update: 2021-03-08 23:43:55 IST

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Section 144 has been imposed after a clash between members of two communities in Bhainsa town of Nirmal district of Telangana on Sunday night. On Monday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Minister of State for Home Affairs G.D. Talked to Kishan Reddy and got information about the situation.

Section 144 has been imposed after a clash between members of two communities in Bhainsa town of Nirmal district of Telangana on Sunday night. On Monday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Minister of State for Home Affairs G.D. Talked to Kishan Reddy and got information about the situation. On Sunday night, two groups pelted stones at each other after an argument between two bike riders, injuring 12 people, including a policeman and a journalist.

The injured were sent to various hospitals for treatment. Police said that the condition of all the injured is fine. Superintendent of Police in-charge of Nirmal District Vishnu S. Warrier said additional forces have been deployed from neighboring districts. The situation is under control and remains peaceful. Four cases have been registered in connection with the incident and more cases will be registered on receipt of complaints.

Union Home Minister Shah spoke to the Minister of State for Home Reddy on Monday and inquired about the incident and the situation there in the town of Bhainsa. The Minister of State for Home tweeted, 'Hon'ble Home Minister Amit Shah called me and asked about the buffalo incident and situation. Last year too, in the months of January and May, there was violence in this town after communal clashes.

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