MIM condemns violence in Bhainsa

Tue 14 Jan 2020, 12:03:40
All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) President Asaduddin Owaisi on Monday alleged workers of a fringe Hindu outfit carried out "targeted violence in communally sensitive Bhainsa town in Telangana where clashes broke out between two communities and demanded stern action against them.

In a series of tweets, Owaisi demanded that every miscreant be immediately brought to justice so that criminals think twice before participating in such activity.

There was targeted violence, where 2 religious places were subject to arson by miscreants. At least 6 houses were completely burnt by arsonists and 1 house was also looted. Many vehicles have also been damaged. The miscreants allegedly belong to Hindu Vahini, the Hyderabad MP charged.

"We condemn the violence in Bhainsa and demand that Telangana Chief Minister and Telangana DGP should take the strictest action against the miscreants and the organisations that they belong to. In fact, the main accused is someone against whom people of Bhainsa had already filed a complaint," he said.

Those who suffered loss of property must be compensated immediately and every complaint be registered along with FIRs, Owaisi said.

According to Owaisi, people who were returning from a religious gathering on Sunday at Bhainsa, were grievously assaulted and beaten up.

"Throughout the night, I was in touch with our party functionaries in Bhainsa as well as Telangana DGP, who quickly deployed forces in order to control the situation. However, by morning we once again saw miscreants spreading more violence," he said in another tweet.

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