25 May : – On the flames, there was a sudden controversy on Thursday night in two groups of old localities in the city. There was a big stress due to the conversion of the bunker into a storm. Vehicles have been damaged in many stone shops. In this case, three different cases have been filed in city police station from the contradictory court. Police said that more than 200 people were registered in both groups.
In the main square of the old lane area of the city on Saturday night, there was a sudden dispute over the cause of the flag in the two groups, due to the stone-pelting of the controversy, there was a panic in the road, while the damage caused to Panterpuri in the flood road caused damage to two to three vehicles. When the information was found, SP Pankaj Deshmukh, along with other officials, rushed to the spot with a large army base. Police have brought the situation under control and the tension prevails till late in the night. Police teams were keeping an eye on the area around Friday.
Meanwhile, Hanumant Mhetre has lodged a complaint with the police. It said that two hundred and twenty two people in both groups had been attacked by people for illegally joining the flag and hurling panic among people by harming bikes and houses. Accordingly, an offense has been registered against two hundred and twenty two people of both groups.
A group of Asif Sheikh has said that the complaint was made in the court of Vijay Chowk on the basis of complaints and pelted stones at the door and the house. An FIR has been registered against Krishna Pradeep Salunke, Yogesh Deepak Tupe, Vishal, SK Kadam, Avinash More, Balaji More, Ganesh Mane, Sachin Madke, Nagesh, Vikas Chandane’s nephew, Sagar Raja Salunkhe and other 12 to 20 people. .
However, Yogesh Tupe said in the complaint that he was sitting in a hotel in Vijay Chowk, when the attackers took him to the Darga road and injured him with a knife, as well as pushing Pantapri, and placing stones at the house. On this, an offense has been registered against Taufiq Sheikh, Shahrukh Shaikh, Jaggu Mujah, and Yusuf Pathan.