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NCP corporator Ayaz Hulchul arrested for inciting mob

After the violence reported from Nanded, Amravati and Malegaon on 12 November evening, NCP leader Dilip Walse-Patil made a late-night video appeal for restraint from all groups

A Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Corporator Ayaz Hulchul has been arrested by Malegaon police in connection with Friday violence.

The Maharashtra government on 13 November clamped prohibitory orders in Amravati town which was rocked by violence during a Bharatiya Janata Party-sponsored ‘bandh’ (shutdown), officials said.

The orders were issued by in-charge Police Commissioner Sandip Patil under CrPC Sec. 144 (1), (2), (3), to ward off any untoward incident.

As per the one-pager, barring medical emergencies, no person shall be permitted to come out of their homes and assembly of five or more persons is banned.

The BJP had called the bandh to protest against the violence that broke out in Nashik, Amravati and Nanded on 12 November during the state-wide demonstrations and rallies by Raza Academy and other Muslim organisations.

The morning saw massive crowds surging onto the roads waving flags, carrying banners and shouting slogans amid tight police security deployed in the town.

Shortly afterwards some sections took to pelting stones at private or public vehicles, shops and establishments and the police caned the miscreants to curb the violence.

The Muslim groups’ action on 12 November was to register their protest at the recent bout of communal violence in Tripura state which had repercussions, and virtually caught the Maha Vikas Aghadi government unawares.

After the violence reported from Nanded, Amravati and Malegaon (Nashik) on 12 November evening, NCP leader Dilip Walse-Patil made a late-night video appeal for restraint from all groups.

“Please maintain calm… I appeal to all Hindus and Muslims brethren to maintain peace,” Walse-Patil urged, and discussed the matter along with other MVA leaders.

Appealing for peace, Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis said that such reactions to incidents elsewhere have never occurred before in Maharashtra.

“This is very unfortunate… It appears to be a well-planned as Hindu shops were set ablaze in Amravati. Even more serious is the manner in which MVA ministers are making provocative statements,” Fadnavis said.

Earlier on 13 November morning, the BJP-led shutdown saw several incidents of violence, stone-pelting which damaged many vehicles, minor incidents of arson forcing the police to resort to mild caning.

“I am closely monitoring the entire situation with the help of senior police officers and discussing with senior Opposition leaders. All those guilty would not be spared… We all must maintain social harmony and I request all to cooperate with us. I request the same to my police brethren to handle the situation cautiously and to maintain peace,” Walse-Patil said on Saturday.

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, Ministers Abdul Sattar, Ashok Chavan and Yasomati Thak (Congress), Nawab Malik (NCP), AIMIM MP Syed Imtiaz Jaleel, farmers’ leader Kishore Tiwari from Vidarbha accorded MoS status, and others slammed the BJP accusing it of fomenting the violence in Saturday’s bandh.

Maharashtra BJP president Chandrakant Patil and Samajwadi Party’s Maharashtra unit president Abu Asim Azmi and other leaders urged the state government to ensure and order is maintained in Amravati and condemned the violence that erupted on 12 November in three towns, though the protests were peaceful in rest of the state.

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