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Congress’s allegation – Violence was deliberately incited in Tripura, the state government should be sacked

The Congress has accused the BJP and Vishwa Hindu Parishad of deliberately inciting communal hatred in Tripura.

New Delhi: The Congress has accused the BJP and Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) of deliberately inciting communal hatred in Tripura. Congress has demanded the dismissal of the state government. In fact, the Congress has also accused the VHP in this matter after the National Human Rights Commission sought a report regarding the recent violence in the northern district of Tripura. At present, the NHRC has asked the Chief Secretary of Tripura, the DGP of the Police Department and the Secretary of the State Human Rights Commission to give their views on the complaint of Trinamool Congress national spokesperson Saket Gokhale.Also Read – BJP will have to be completely defeated, only then the price of petrol and diesel will come below Rs 50: Sanjay Raut

According to the complaint of Trinamool Congress and other opposition parties, the HWHP had taken out a rally in an area in North Tripura. The mob that carried out the rally ransacked the minority community and burnt two shops. It is alleged that the machinery acted like a bystander by supporting the rioting mob. It was claimed that after such incidents there is an atmosphere of extreme fear among the members of a community. Also Read – If the Central Government cut the rate of Petrol-Diesel, then the Congress took a pinch, know what the statement came…

The complainant and the opposition party have demanded the field in this matter. Along with this, senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh has demanded the dismissal of the state government on Friday. At the same time, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi had made many allegations while tweeting about the demolition in the Tripura Masjid regarding the continuing controversy in the state. Also Read – Petrol-Diesel Rates Reduced in States: Major reduction of Rs 7 to 12 in many states, maximum reduction in UP

On the other hand, two days after a mosque was vandalized during a rally of Vishwa Hindu Parishad at Chamtila in Panisagar sub-division of North Tripura district, Tripura Police has appealed to the local people not to spread rumors and fake pictures about the incident. Also, the police said that no mosque was set on fire as fake pictures are being posted on social media.

Along with this, Tripura Police has said on its official Twitter that fake IDs are being used on social media to spread rumours. The police have clarified that the law and order situation in the state is completely normal. No mosque was burnt during the protests in Panisagar and the pictures of mosque burning or damaged are fake.

Tripura Director General of Police V.S. “Some vested interests are trying to disturb the peaceful communal situation in Tripura,” Yadav said. We appeal to every citizen to help in maintaining law and order and peace. Earlier on Tuesday, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad took out in protest against the recent violence against Hindus in Bangladesh. During this rally, a mosque in Chamtila was vandalized and two shops were set on fire. After which the situation there became tense.


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