On Monday, incidents of vandalism and violence marred the nation in the course of the consecration ceremony of the Ram Temple in Ayodhya.
The size of those incidents different, encompassing allegations of sandals thrown inside a mosque and a store being burnt in Telangana, a graveyard set ablaze in Bihar, and violent skirmishes in several elements of Maharashtra.
Gujarat witnessed an FIR following alleged stone-pelting on a Shobha Yatra celebrating the temple’s inauguration.
Hateful songs performed in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, gained notoriety by viral movies. In Madhya Pradesh, a saffron flag that includes the Ram Temple’s picture was planted atop a church a day earlier than the ceremony.
The ‘pran pratishtha’ or consecration ceremony happened in Ayodhya on Monday afternoon, marked by the inaugural pooja carried out by PM Narendra Modi within the presence of Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, and UP Governor Anandiben Patel.
In Telangana’s Narayanpet district, a procession celebrating the Ram Temple consecration reached Madina Masjid in Kosgi city, enjoying loud music.
Allegedly, the procession burnt crackers in entrance of the mosque, and a few people threw sandals into the mosque, inflicting papers to blow inside. A FIR has been filed, naming seven people, however no arrests have been made.
In the meantime, in Khirma village, Bihar, a procession celebrating the ceremony reportedly threw a firecracker right into a Muslim graveyard.
The following fireplace rapidly unfold, resulting in the containment of the flames. An FIR has been registered, naming 12 people and 50-100 unknown individuals, with no arrests made to date.
These incidents spotlight the advanced challenges surrounding communal tensions throughout vital occasions.
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