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New Delhi:  Strongest possible action will be taken against those who try to disrupt communal harmony in the country, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Wednesday, days after a man was lynched in Uttar Pradesh’s Dadri district over beef consumption rumours.

“Be it the State government or the Central government, strongest possible action will be taken against those who try to break communal harmony in the country,” he told reporters.

Mr. Singh had termed the lynching episode “unfortunate” and appealed to the people to maintain communal



harmony.

The Home Ministry had, on October 1, sought a report on the incident from the U.P. government and advised it to ensure that such incidents did not recur.

Concerned over incidents of a communal colour, the Centre had also asked all States to take strictest action against those who attempt to weaken the secular fabric of the nation by exploiting religious sentiments.

In a statement, Home Ministry had said it was concerned over various incidents with communal overtones across the country, including the recent “unfortunate” incident at Dadri.


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