26 January celebrations: Clash between Hindu and Muslims, One killed


AGRA: During the 26 January celebration here a youth was shot dead and two others were injured in a clash between two communities during a motorcycle rally in Kasganj city.

Police patrol Kasganj Friday night after the clash.

As per media reports stones were pelted on members taking part in the procession and shots were also fired after the processionists allegedly raised inflammatory slogans targeting the muslim community.

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According to a daily Vernacular’s report 0n Friday morning, the students council and Hindu activist workers were taking trips to the bikes. When this visit reached Muslim Bahluliya Muhalla Hulka, the workers here started slogans of Vande Mataram, Bharat Mata Ki Jai and “Bharat me rehena hoga toh vande mataram bolna hoga” (If one wants to stay in India, one has to sing vande mataram).

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The two sides started sloganeering on this issue. Seeing the stone pelted stones on both sides. The workers in Muslim settlement left their two-plus bike. Where his bikes were handed over to fire and broke down.

When the news of the incident spread to the city, Hindus gathered. The people of the other community also took control. Stoning and firing started from the roofs of the house. In a short span of time, the miscreants firing on Tahsil road too.

In which the death of Chandan Gupta son Sushil Gupta resident of Gulhi Shivalaya Railway Road died due to the bullet. While Youth Prince and Naushad got injured Naushad has been referred to Aligarh. Half a dozen others have been injured in the stone pelting stones. Including some police personnel.

Due to the heavy stone-pelting and firing, the bikers ran for their lives leaving behind their two-wheelers. One mini truck, three SUVs and two other vehicles were vandalised on Mathura-Bareilly highway that passes through Bilramgate.




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