Highlights

  • Bulldozers demolish 'illegal' property in Mumbai's Mira Road
  • The action comes days after violence
  • 13 people arrested so far in the case

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Mumbai authorities bulldozed "illegal structures" of the accused in connection with the Mira Road violence that erupted a day before the Ram Temple ceremony

Mira road violence: Mumbai police go UP way, bulldozers run down 'illegal' properties of accused

Taking a cue from the Yogi Adityanath government's method of punishing alleged miscreants, the Mumbai police on January 23 razed down what they claimed were illegal properties of the people involved in violence on the day of Ram temple consecration.

On January 22, at least a dozen people were arrested days after the clashes in Mira Road. The car and bike rally that was passing through the area was reportedly attacked.

Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that anyone trying to disrupt law and order would be punished severely.

"The complete details of the incident in the Naya Nagar area of Mira-Bhyander were taken last night only. I was in constant touch with the Mira-Bhyander Police Commissioner till 3.30 am Monday," he said on X.

"Police have been instructed to take strict action against the accused. In this case, 13 accused have been detained so far and the process of identifying the other accused is underway by checking the CCTV footage. Anyone trying to disrupt law and order in Maharashtra will not be tolerated," he said.


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