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Clash breaks out over posters of Ram Temple's 'Bhoomi Pujan' in Assam's Cachar

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Clash breaks out over posters of Ram Temple's 'Bhoomi Pujan' in Assam's Cachar

Clash breaks out over posters of Ram Temple's 'Bhoomi Pujan' in Assam's Cachar

A clash broke out between two groups in Mukam road area of Cachar on August 02.

The clash was over the obstruction of some religious youth who were putting up posters of the foundation stone laying ceremony of the Ram Temple.

Verbal argument went up to stone pelting.

Tensions escalated when top police officials arrived to deal with the situation.

At present the whole area is under the control of the armed paramilitary forces.

The area has been sealed and curfew is imposed.


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