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14 May 2018, 04:12 | Darnell Patrick
Maharashtra: One person dead in Aurangabad violence, prohibitory orders imposed in parts of city
At least two people died after clashes in Aurangabad. The violence was allegedly instigated by a city corporator, according to Times of India.
On Friday, clashes ensued between 2 groups after illegal water connection to a "religious place" was reportedly disconnected. Few incidents of stone pelting were reported as well. Ten policemen, including including an assistant commissioner, Govardhan Kolekar, and a couple of police station chiefs, including inspector Hemant Kadam and inspector Shripad Paropkari, were injured in the ensuing violence. Several shops were gutted in the incident.
Meanwhile, top police officials are camping in the city and have appealed for peace. He further requested people to maintain peace. Also, section 144 has been imposed so that people do not assemble at a place. Section 144 prevents congregation of more than four members in public.
Local eyewitness accounts said over three dozen shops belonging to small businessmen were burnt, and many private vehicles and at last two police vans were also torched.
Shahganj, Nawabpura, Rajabazaar and Angribaug were the areas that faced the worst of the violence, but have been calmed down for now.
The police said that the situation was under control after a curfew was imposed in the area. "We have appealed to people not to believe in rumours and help the police in maintaining law and order", Bharambe said. Hundreds of youths taking turned violent and indulged in stone pelting on streets.
"We will initiate stern action against persons found guilty irrespective of the community that belong to". Maharashtra's Minister of State for Home (Rural) Deepak Kesarkar told The New Indian Express that the situation was still tense, but under control.
Located in the Marathwada region of the state, Aurangabad is world-renowned for its Renowned Ajanta-Ellora Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara along with other historical landmarks.
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