Udaipur : Normal life was affected in Nimbahera city on Thursday due to the dawn-to-dusk bandh called by various hindu organizations after clash took place between two communities a day ago. Though section 144 continued to remain imposed, the situation is under full control, claimed police. Large forces were deployed at various sensitive areas to prevent any unpleasant situation during the Bandh. Meanwhile police has arrested 4 persons in connection with the violence that took place at Sriram colony on Wednesday night.
The normally bustling markets at Moti bazaar, sadar bazaar, subji mandi and Zawad darwaja wore a deserted look as most of the shops and banks remained closed. The private buses and transport vehicles kept off the roads fearing any untoward incident. Most of the markets and business establishments remained closed while government offices registered thin attendance. Schools and educational institutions in the city remained closed completely. However, emergency services were not affected by the call. The police arrested 4 persons in connection to the damages on vehicles and stone pelting incident on Wednesday night. Some 20 persons have been named in the complaint, 4 persons have been arrested under section 295-A of the IPC, informed ChailSingh, the second officer at Nimbahera police station. Aafroz alias Arif, son of Rustam Khan, Rehan and Abdul Razzak sons of Mohd Ayub and Farookh son of Mohd Rafiq all residents of Jawad darwaja were arrested under charges for hurting religious sentiments and violence. 20 others have been named who are to be interrogated, the officer said.