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Jodhpur unrest stretches to next day, Curfew Extended

Twelve FIRs have been lodged so far and eight people have been arrested in these cases

Jodhpur Violence , Jodhpur Curfew , Jodhpur Curfew Extended , Jodhpur Row , Crime News , Jodhpur Protest

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Jodhpur , 05 May 2022

A total of 133 people have been arrested under CrPC section 151 Tear gas shells and lathis has been used by cops to neutralise the clash in which nine policemen were also injured Jodhpur, the hometown of Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, is becoming the battleground after clashes broke out on Monday night stretches to the first half of Tuesday, leading to impose curfew till 06 May Midnight. Residents reveal that while the area was on edge with Eid and Parashuram Jayanti celebrations happening together, the clashes on Monday night were triggered by the hoisting of a flag.Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) walked out of the Circuit house meeting in Jodhpur held on Wednesday claiming the government has not arrested the miscreants who hoisted the Eid flag on the statue of Bissa-ji and instead arrested innocent people.Targeting the Chief Minister Gehlot, in a tweet Vasundhara Raje said - Extended Curfew in Region Jodhpur administration has extended the imposed curfew till the midnight of 6 May, which state that the entire area of ​​Thana Udaymandir, except the partial area of ​​Rai Ka Bagh Roadways Bus Stand and Rai Ka Bagh Railway Station, the rest of the Udaymandir police station area, Sadarkotawali, Sadarbazar, Nagori Gate, Khandaphalsa and District West's Thana Pratapnagar, Pratapnagar Sadar, Denavagar. Usage of lathis by the police has also been reported, as well as tear gas shells to disperse the crowd. Later, the police brought down the saffron flag and replaced i


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