2 die in Aurangabad as crackdown on illegal water lines triggers riots

2 die in Aurangabad as crackdown on illegal water lines triggers riots

2 die in Aurangabad as crackdown on illegal water lines triggers riots

The violence has left at least 10 policemen injured.

Aurangabad: An uneasy calm prevailed today in this central Maharashtra city where two people were killed in clashes between two groups yesterday.

Over 50 people were injured in the clashes, while several shops, houses and vehicles in the area were set afire by rioters.

The report added that the police are suspecting the role of an independent corporator for instigating the violence. "The clashes apparently broke out after an argument between two groups of youth in Gandhinagar after the municipal corporation cut water connection in the area, including to a 'religious place", according to an ANI report.

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The district administration has clamped prohibitory orders under section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure banning assembly of people and suspended Internet services, said a senior police official.

The tension, coupled with rumours resulted in stone pelting in the adjoining areas of Motikaranja, Raja Bazar, Shahgunj, Chelipura, Anguribagh.

The state government deployed units of the State Reserve Police Force, Indian Reserve Battalion from the city, besides rushing forces from neighbouring Beed and Jalna to maintain peace.

"The police reached the scene on time, but could not control the mob, and the clashes later gained momentum", he said.

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In response to the violence, All India Majlis-e-Muslimeen chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Saturday appealed to Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis to initiate a probe into the violence between two groups. "This is the process that all police stations are following", said Milind Bharambe, who is now holding the additional charge of Aurangabad police commissioner. In order to contain the violence, police had fired tear gas shells.

Meanwhile, Special Inspector General of Police (Aurangabad range) Milind Bharambe, who is officiating as Aurangabad Police Commissioner, said: "The situation has returned to normal now".

Local eyewitness accounts said over three dozen shops belonging to small businessmen were burnt, and many private vehicles and at last two police vans were also torched. It escalated thanks to rumours as well as also the pressures spread...

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