Mumbai violence Situation normal, over 20 people held

Mumbai violence Situation normal, over 20 people held

Mumbai violence Situation normal, over 20 people held

Mumbai violence Situation normal, over 20 people held

More than 20 people were arrested near the Azad Maidan in Mumbai violence, in which the two young men dead and wounded at least 55, police said Sunday. The situation is normal, heavy deployment of police, they said.
“The situation is quite normal since last night. We have a strong police force employed near Azad Maidan,” said a senior police officer.

More than 20 people were involved in violence on Saturday were arrested and several branches of the IPC, including molestation and theft, he was beaten, police said.

Mumbai violence Situation normal, over 20 people held

During the violence, the mass of two self-loading rifle and a pistol, the police seized the women, they added.

Two people were killed and at least 55 people, including 45 policemen, injured in the chaos broke out after a protest rally was violent, damaging buses to the crowd, from which stones and setting vehicles on fire.

The protest was called a city-based outfit, Raza Academy, the unrest in Assam and the alleged attack on a minority community in Myanmar Sue. Vikas Awami Party (AVP), a political outfit floated a former police officer Shamsher Khan Pathan, also participated in the protest.