Bhilwara: Following the murder of a youth in Rajasthan’s Bhilwara, tension has spread in the city. Due to the tension, internet services have been suspended in the Kotwali police station area, and the police force has been heavily deployed.
In response to the youth's death, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, the Bharatiya Janata Party, and the Hindu Jagran Manch have called a Bhilwara bandh on Wednesday. Three people have been apprehended by the police, two of them are minors.
To prevent the spread of tension and rumours in the area, the local administration has issued orders to shut down the internet in Bhilwara city for 24 hours from today i.e. Wednesday 6:00 am to 6:00 am on Thursday.
Let us inform you that on Tuesday night, 22-year-old youth Adarsh Tapadia was seriously injured by some people near Bramhani Sweets in the Shastri Nagar area. Adarsh was taken to the city hospital for treatment where doctors declared him brought dead.
Omprakash Tapadia, the father of the deceased youth Adarsh Tapadia, was also a history-sheeter of Bhilwara who has died. Mahesh Khotani, the maternal uncle of the slain youth Adarsh Tapadia, said that we will not pick up the dead body till all the attackers are not arrested.
The attackers fought with the younger brother of the deceased earlier in the day. A few days ago, the police arrested a person for attacking two people and setting their bike on fire in the Sanganer area. Even after this incident, internet service in Bhilwara city was suspended for 24 hours.
Seeing the deteriorating environment in Bhilwara, the administration has tightened the security system. The area has been converted into a cantonment.
The heavy police force has been deployed everywhere in the city. Police is taking precaution to ensure that violence does not spread in society.