Indore News In Hindi: Lockdown broke Fatiha, thrown stones at police to arrest | Lockdown broke Fatiha, threw stones at police to arrest

  • Raoji Bazaar incident; In this case, 6 people have been arrested while registering a case against 60 people.
  • On 15 May, Mohammad Yunus alias Yunus, who lived in this area, went to Fatiha in the cemetery to lock the lockdown.

Dainik Bhaskar

May 20, 2020, 06:18 AM IST

Indore. On Tuesday, people threw stones at the police in Raoji Bazar police station area. Women, children and youth were protesting against the arrest of a man who violated the lockdown. This incident happened during that time. In this case, 6 people have been arrested, registering a case against 60 people.
CSP Juni Indore Dishesh Aggarwal said that the incident happened in Prakash's garden area. On May 15, Mohammad Yunus alias Yunus, who lives in this area, went to Fatiha in the graveyard to break the lockdown. The police had filed a lockdown violation case against him. He was missing since then. On Tuesday, some soldiers of the police station came to arrest him on the information about being in Yunus area, and people on his side came down the road to protest. When the police appealed to everyone to stay in the house citing lockdown, they became angry and started shouting slogans of police-administration. Seeing the huge crowd, the CSP called the force and some youths in the crowd started throwing stones. The jawans took out pistols and nicked sticks to chase away the crowd.

Police stoned Irshad father Yusuf, Mohammed Shadab father Mohammad Adeeb, Kaidu alias Mohammad Qadir father Aslam, Mo. Afzal's father Bhaiyyu Khan, Shoaib's father Mo Shakir and Mo. Joseph's father Mo. Yunus has been arrested and has filed a case against 60 people. Home Minister Narottam Mishra said on this incident that such stonewalling would not help. We will take concrete action. At the same time, the city Qazi Mohammad Ishrat Ali said that the staff of the administration, police and health department are working to save our lives. We should respect them.

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