Nirmal: Superintendent of Police C Shashidhar Raju on Wednesday warned that none would be spared if they resort to fanning communal tension in the town. Speaking to the media after participating in a flag march held by the police in Bhainsa which witnessed group clashes on May 10, Raju said that damaging property was unacceptable.
He said that nuisance created by a person in an inebriated state resulted in clashes between two groups. “It is the common public who face inconvenience due to communal tension and the growth of the town also gets affected by such incidents,” he said.
The Superintendent of Police said that the future of youngsters would be spoilt if they are booked for rioting or for involvement in clashes.
He suggested that the public respect culture and tradition of all sections and celebrate their festivals by maintaining communal harmony. He advised them to practice physical distancing in the wake of Coronavirus pandemic.
The head of police force informed that peace was restored in the town by taking a slew of measures. He stated that police pickets were created for bringing the situation under control. He warned that bail would not be granted if cases registered against anybody under PD Act.
He also requested the civilians not to step out without a valid reason. Additional SPs Srinivas Rao, Bhainsa DSP Narsinga Rao, Special Branch Inspector Venkatesh and other police officials were present.
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