Bihar: 9 injured including girls, 6 shot during Ram Navami procession

Bihar News in Nalanda: After Sasaram in Bihar, a fierce clash between two groups took place in Nalanda on Friday during the Ram Navami procession. There was stone pelting from both the sides. A young man involved in the procession has been shot in the firing.

A fierce clash broke out between the two groups in Nalanda, the home district of the chief minister, on Friday during a procession marking the end of Ram Navami. The uproar is said to have started after stone pelting from a religious place in Dewanganj area of Laheri police station area. During the sloganeering of the procession, after stone-pelting, people from both the sides clashed with each other. Angry people also started arson. People from one side fired. In this, six youths involved in the procession were injured. The condition of two is serious. Earlier, 9 people including two girls were injured in the blockade.

People are not agreeing even after explaining by the police

As soon as the incident was reported, the police team has reached the spot. The police first tried to convince people from both sides. People did not agree. After this the police chased the people away. Police is miking and appealing to the people to maintain peace. A dozen people have been injured in the blockade. According to the local people, the procession was taken out by one of the parties on the occasion of the conclusion of Ram Navami. The procession was passing through a religious place in Diwanganj area. Meanwhile, people from some side started pelting stones. On seeing this, the people of the other side also became furious and started pelting stones from both the sides. Meanwhile, some anti-social elements of Diwanganj area opened fire. In this, the tension further increased after two youths involved in the procession were injured.

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Bullet Injuries:

Karan Kumar, son of Mahendra Sharma, resident of Ramchandrapur Mohalla, self, resident of Sherpur Mohalla. Chhoti Narayan, son of Sahdev Narayan, Akash Kumar, son of Anandi Mistry, resident of Mansoor Nagar, Golu Kumar, resident of Biharsharif, Golu Kumar, son of Ashok Ram, resident of Mohaddipur and Piyush Kumar, son of Ajay Singh, resident of Sheikhpura.

Wounded in roadblocks:

Chakarsalpur resident Gauri Kumari, Supaganj resident Paridhi Kumari, Dhobi Bigha resident Kundan Kumar, Navinagar resident Nishant Kumar, Sorabipar resident Lauki Kumar, Sohsarai resident Rajan Kumar, Khasganj resident Rajan Kumar, Shekhana resident Mujahid Haq and one unknown.