They have no fear of God nor do they revere him, except that they seek to derive political benefit in the name of God, AP CM remarked without naming anyone
At least 2 unidentified persons allegedly barged into the 3-storeyed historic premises in Dadar on Tuesday evening and damaged some articles there including smashing the CCTV cameras
"So sorry to see the desecration of the Gandhi statue in Wash, DC. Please accept our sincere apologies. Appalled as well by the horrific death of George Floyd
HC directed the district magistrate and the Lucknow police commissioner to submit a report in this regard by March 16
"The assembly is peaceful. The question of their security is also crucial. Any attempt to forcibly shift them from the present site would compromise their safety."
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said the government of Pakistan should act in defence of their own minorities instead of "preaching sermons" about it to other countries.
Protesters, whose rally coincided with the Christian holiday of All Saints Day, stood in silence holding one fist aloft in front of impassive police guarding the presidential palace.
Outside the court demonstrators queued to get in, some chanting slogans such as "Wearing a face mask isn't a crime" and "The law is unjust".
"This could be the very last constitutional fight on our part. In the name of law they are trying to hurt the people and they try to crush the opposition."
The vandalism illustrates the huge pressures on international brands as Hong Kong is shaken by its worst political unrest in decades.
More than 750 police personnel have been deployed in the town to prevent any untoward incidents.
The most common harm was threats or harassment, reported by 16 percent of survey respondents.
Curfew has been imposed in the city and over 40 people arrested, a police officer said. People came out on to the streets on Tuesday to protest against the violence on Monday and demanded immediate arrest of the culprits.
A statue of Lenin was brought down at Belonia town in South Tripura on Monday with the help of a bulldozer after the BJP's victory in the Assembly elections in Tripura.
A clash took place between the members of the ABVP and the All India Students Association (AISA), a Left-leaning student organisation at Ramjas College, on February 22 that left the university campus disturbed.