Bombs thrown at people after idol immersion in west bengal car rammed in immersion procession in bhopal

New Delhi: In West Bengal, country-made bombs were thrown at people after idol immersion. The anarchists involved in this act ransacked some vehicles after throwing bombs. Some people have suffered minor injuries in the incident. At the same time, there was chaos during idol immersion in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. A car driver tried to mount the car on the people involved in the procession and the car rammed into the crowd.Also Read – Attacks on Hindu Temples in Bangladesh: ISKCON appeals to PM Modi, said – send delegation to Bangladesh to stop the violence

The first incident is from Annapurna area of ​​Durgapur in West Bengal. Here people were returning after Durga idol immersion, when country-made bombs were thrown at the crowd. The anarchists also vandalized vehicles. And fled. ACP (East) Dhrujyoti Mukherjee said, “Some people have suffered minor injuries in the incident. We are trying to identify the attackers.” Also Read – Bangladesh: Temples attacked during Durga Puja, three killed; Paramilitary forces deployed in 22 districts

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The second incident is from Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh. Idol immersion was going on in Bajaria police station area of ​​Bhopal. During this, a person rammed the car into the crowd. Two people were injured in the car collision. Police say that investigation is on and the accused will be caught.

A few days back, another such incident had come to the fore. A car crushed people during a procession in Jashpur area of ​​Chhattisgarh. There was also loss of life and property in this incident. A horrifying video of this incident had surfaced.