Jodhpur Violence: The curfew period in Rajasthan's city Jodhpur has been extended till midnight of May 6. This curfew will remain in force till midnight on Friday. According to the sources, the Ministry of Home Affairs has sought a detailed report from the Rajasthan government on the communal tension in Jodhpur.
Sources say that the Ministry of Home Affairs is closely monitoring the situation as well as taking inputs from the police and administration. Let us tell you that tension spread before Eid in Jodhpur, the home town of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
As a result, mobile internet services were suspended in the city and a curfew was imposed in 10 police stations areas of the city. Here a controversy arose over the installation of a religious flag at the Jalori Gate Circle of Jodhpur. In view of the tension, Jodhpur Police announced a curfew till midnight of May 4 and suspended internet service to curb rumours.
At the same time, Chief Minister Gehlot has said that the accused involved in inciting communal tension will not be spared. At the same time, it will be the endeavour of the government to ensure that there is no incident of violence in the state.
Talking to the media, the CM said, 'Action will be taken against the criminals to stop the incident of violence.'
Targeting the Bharatiya Janata Party, Gehlot said that this party runs bulldozers at the homes of poor people. The high command of the BJP has given instructions to defame our government and create stability in the state. There are many contenders for the post of BJP CM, so there is competition among them, they have been given homework.