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What has happened?

  • Prohibitory orders banning the gathering of people (Section 144) were imposed in Tripura’s Dharmanagar district on Wednesday,
  • A day after a mosque was allegedly vandalised during a Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) rally taken out to protest against violence against Hindus in Bangladesh.

  • According to locals, miscreants vandalised a mosque and several shops in Chamtila area in north Tripura district on Tuesday evening.
  • Central paramilitary forces along with state police and Tripura State Rifles (TSR) personnel have also been deployed in the area.

Why this violence?

  • A mosque was allegedly attacked during a VHP gathering on Tuesday, that had been called to protest against the recent cases of violence against Hindus in Bangladesh.
  • “Vishwa Hindu Parishad activists took out a rally to protest against the recent violence in Bangladesh.
  • A group of people threw stones and damaged a door of a mosque in Chamtilla area during the rally.
  • Security forces rushed to the spot and brought the situation under control,” district superintendent of police Bhanupada Chakraborty said.

  • Also several shops were set ablaze in the Chamtilla area in North Tripura district during a rally by the VHP.
  • The North Tripura District Police said that such incidents were happening in the last one week, however, said that the situation was under control.
  • “All the mosques across the state are under security cover now.
  • We are keeping a vigil on the situation.”
  • The Communist Party of India (Marxist) condemned the incident.
  • A group of miscreants were active to disrupt communal harmony in the state, the Left party said and appealed to all sections of the people to maintain peace.
  • In a statement, the CPI(M) also demanded adequate compensation for the shop owners.

  • The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday set up a five-member committee to probe into the incidents of violence.
  • The party’s state in-charge Vinod Sonkar said that the committee contains people from minority communities.
  • “The committee has been asked to visit the (violence-hit) areas and submit its report in the next two or three days.
  • Since our political opponents accuse us of being biased, we asked the members of the minority cell to probe the incident,” Sonkar, a parliamentarian, told.

Q) Right to Freedom (Article 19) is automatically suspended when a proclamation of emergency is made under which of the following grounds?

  1. Armed rebellion
  2. Internal disturbance
  3. War or external aggression
  4. Both B & C




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