Maharashtra Police has arrested 132 leaders along with former BJP minister Anil Bonde in the Amravati violence case. In fact, all these leaders were involved in the Bharat Bandh movement started by the BJP on November 13 in Amravati and in the meantime, suddenly stones were pelted at places by the mob. Curfew was imposed in view of the increasing tension. Apart from the police, the mayor of the city and many local BJP leaders were immediately arrested in this whole case, but later all these leaders were released on bail.
The names of many big leaders are included in this arrest. Like Amravati district BJP president Nivedita Choudhary, on the other hand, city mayor Chenat Gaonde and BJP state spokesperson Shivrai Kulkarni and many more such leaders were involved in this matter. Who is holding a big post in the BJP party. Amravati Police Commissioner Aarti Singh has said in her accountability that “the law and order situation is being reviewed and the final decision regarding curfew will be taken as per the instructions of the Home Department.”
Let us tell you that this series of arrests did not end only with the BJP leaders. In relation to the violent incidents after Friday and Saturday also 14,673 people were booked from 26 different places and in different crimes.
Violence erupts in Tripura too
On the one hand, many people were arrested in the communal violence in Tripura also. In protest against this violence, incidents of stone pelting came to light in the rallies that were taken out by Raza Academy at many places without permission on Friday. Thus, not only was a four-day curfew imposed in Maharashtra’s Amravati after a mob pelted stones at shops during the bandh, but many other essential services were also disrupted. The most important of these internet service was also canceled for some time.
MVA spokesperson Nawab Malik took a dig at BJP’s policies
The opposition is also targeting the BJP a lot over this violence. MVA spokesperson Nawab Malik also made a statement in this context saying that “Bonde had hatched a conspiracy to incite riots. Police have got information that liquor and money were distributed. Money was distributed from Mumbai to incite riots. It was distributed through MLAs. However, the matter is under investigation.” Malik’s allegations did not subside only, he further took a dig at the BJP, saying that “when all weapons are exhausted to destabilize governments in the opposition ruled states of the BJP, it uses riots as a last resort”. We do.”