At a gathering today in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Rajasthan’s Congress Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot talked of the country’s “climate of violence and anxiety.” Mr. Gehlot remarked, in remarks that may be seen as criticism, “It has been noted that there is a tense mood in the nation, as well as an atmosphere of violence. It must go… that is our wish “…
“We want the country to be a place of peace and harmony… We want to go forward in terms of peace and development,” he said during the national inauguration of “Azadi Ke Amrit Mahotsav se Swarnim Bharat Ke Ore.” “the program.
PM Modi, on the other hand, avoided the topic instead of focusing on the importance of women in other sectors.
Last year, communal violence erupted in Rajasthan, which was one of the states affected.
Communal violence erupted in April last year in Chhabra town, Baran district when two men were stabbed. Dozens of vehicles and stores were set ablaze and vandalized. Following the event, large gatherings were prohibited, and cellular internet service was halted as a precaution.
Congress has often accused the BJP-led administration of communal tensions, a claim disputed by the BJP.
Following religious festivals in Haridwar and Delhi, where hate speeches spoken by some of the organizers and attendees attracted criticism from civil society, former military commanders, retired judges, campaigners, and even tennis icon Martina Navratilova, the charges have become more serious.
More than ten persons have been listed in FIRs filed in response to remarks calling for genocide and the use of weapons against Muslims. Two people have been detained in the previous few weeks.
The second arrest of organizer Yati Narsinghanand took place last week after the Supreme Court requested an affidavit from the Uttarakhand government about the case’s actions.