Rajasthan: Tension in Bhilwara after youth’s murder, internet service suspended, heavy police force

Bhilwara : Rajasthan Tension after the murder of a young man in Bhilwara is at its peak. due to stress Kotwali Police Station Bhilwara internet in the area Service has been cordoned off and heavy police force (Rajasthan Police) has been deployed. After the murder of the youth, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bharatiya Janata Party and […]
 


Rajasthan: Tension in Bhilwara after youth’s murder, internet service suspended, heavy police force

Bhilwara : Rajasthan Tension after the murder of a young man in Bhilwara is at its peak. due to stress Kotwali Police Station Bhilwara internet in the area Service has been cordoned off and heavy police force (Rajasthan Police) has been deployed. After the murder of the youth, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bharatiya Janata Party and Hindu Jagran Manch announced the closure of Bhilwara on Wednesday. Police have arrested three people in the case. Two of whom are minors.

24 hours internet service off

The local administration in Bhilwara city has ordered shutdown of internet service for 24 hours from 6:00 am to 6:00 am on Wednesday, May 12, to prevent the spread of rumours and tension in the area. Adarsh ​​Tapadiya, 22, was seriously injured by some people on Tuesday night near Brahmani Mithai in Shastrigarh area. Tapadia was taken to the district hospital for treatment. Where the doctors declared him dead.

The attackers came on bike

The father of the deceased Adarsh ​​Tapadia, Omprakash Tapadia was a historian of Bhilwara who passed away. Mahesh Khotani, uncle of deceased Adarsh ​​Tapadia, said, “We will not accept the body until all the attackers are arrested. The attackers had earlier had a fight with the younger brother of the deceased. It is said that two bike riders attacked Adarsh ​​with iron rods and knives in the night.

A few days ago, the police had arrested a person in Sanganer area for assaulting two people and setting their bike on fire. Even after the incident, internet service remained closed for 24 hours in Bhilwara city.