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RSS shakha attacked in Bundi, two held

ANI | July 12, 2019 05:43 PM
Visuals of RSS shakha attacked in Rajasthan's Bundi. (Photo/ANI)

Bundi (Rajasthan) [India], July 12 (ANI): Two persons were arrested for allegedly attacking a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) shakha (camp) here in Bundi district, police said on Friday.

On July 10, a RSS shakha was organised in a park, where a clash erupted between some people and RSS volunteers over some issue, which is not clear yet, police said.

According to the Sangh, some young boys, who participated in the event, sustained injuries in the incident as they were beaten up by a mob.

Soon after receiving information, police rushed to the spot and tried to pacify the situation.

Police arrested two persons after RSS volunteers demanded strict action against the accused.

"It is not an old matter. We used to organise our sessions in this park. On Wednesday evening, people from Muslim community opposed the session and started using abusive language for us. When we asked them to move away, they began fighting with us. A few of them also beat up our children," an RSS volunteer said

"We have filed a complaint with police and they assured us that strict action would be taken against the accused. However, they were given bail later and we are not happy with the probe," he said.

Meanwhile, Bundi Superintendent of Police said that they have set up a team who is patrolling the park. He said two persons have been arrested in the case and they are being interrogated by the police.

"We are investigating the matter. It was not a serious case, an altercation took place between RSS volunteers and some Muslims. If anyone found guilty, we will surely arrest them,' he said. (ANI)

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