Home Ministry’s statement on the ongoing unrest in Amravati, no mosque broken in Tripura, advice to avoid rumors

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New Delhi: The Ministry of Home Affairs has started the violence in Tripura. The ministry said that fake information is being spread on social media about the destruction and vandalism of a mosque in Tripura’s Gomti district. Facts are being presented wrongly, and people should remain calm and should not be misled by such news.

Ministry issued statement

The Home Ministry has clarified that no case of demolition of any mosque structure has been reported in Tripura in the recent past. There is no report of injury/rape/death to any person in any such incident.

Curfew continues in Amravati

Significantly, internet services were suspended, and a curfew was imposed in Amravati city on Saturday. People from the other side had organized a bandh on Saturday in protest against the rallies organized by Muslim organizations on Friday against the recent violence in Tripura. Meanwhile, the mob pelted stones at some shops, which worsened the situation.

Ruckus over Tripura issue

Let us tell you that last month there was violence during the demonstration in Panisagar against the violence on Hindus in Bangladesh. During this, there was damage to houses and shops. However, chaotic elements had also spread fake pictures about the incident on social media. After this, the police clarified that no mosque was set on fire in Tripura, and the photos shared on social media were fake. The same statement has also come from the Ministry of Home Affairs.


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