Devendra Fadnavis, the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra, declared that there would be “zero tolerance” for anyone attempting to undermine the state’s law and order situation. This happened after fighting broke out between two communities during a car event outside of Mumbai.
On Sunday night, ten to twelve persons riding motorbikes and cars staged a rally while shouting praises for Lord Ram. The planned Ram Mandir Pran Pratistha event in Ayodhya was preceded by the demonstration. When firecrackers were set off during the rally, one group objected, and soon after, fighting broke out between the two factions.
Fadnavis said that he took detailed information about what had occurred in Naya Nagar in Mira Bhayender. “Police were instructed to take strictest action against the culprits. 13 have been arrested so far and detailed analysis of CCTV footage is underway to identify and arrest others involved too,” Fadnavis said.
Screengrab”There will be zero tolerance against anyone who tries to take the law in their own hands and attempts to disturb the law & order situation in Maharashtra,” Devendra Fadnavis said.