At least 100 shops were gutted on Saturday morning after the situation turned violent following clashes between two groups over water in Maharashtra's Aurangabad city on Friday night. To keep the situation under control, the police have imposed section 144 in the area, prohibiting the assembly of more than four people in Aurangabad.
The authorities snapped Internet and social media networks in the city as a precaution late on Friday to prevent rumour-mongering. "Some anti inflammatory aspects indulged in putting ablaze shops and vehicles in the locality", Mr Bharambe informed the press.
The injured comprised 10 policemen. Aurangabad Police Commissioner Milind Bharambe said that the situation is under control, and reported that there were two instances of violence, one occured during Friday night, and another that took place Saturday. To disperse the crowd, police had to resort to firing, in which the child was severly injured and one youth killed.
The first clash between the two communities occurred around 10 pm, and before long, the violence had spread to other parts of the city as well. According to reports, a 17-year-old, resident of Rengiputa, succumbed to bullet injuries in the violence while he was undergoing treatment. Illegal water connection was reported to be the reason behind the clash.
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"The peace has been restored and the police is acting tough against the people who started the riots", Fadnavis added and also appealed people not to believe in rumours. Civic officials were dismantling one such connection at a religious place when protesters demanded that they also act against another illegal connection at a religious structure belonging to a different community.
The worst-hit areas were Shahganj, Nawabpura, Rajabazaar and Angribaug which continued to remain calm but tense this evening. They also burned some vehicles. For the last two months the city doesn't have a full-time commissioner, the Indian Express said.
Meanwhile, All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen President Asaduddin Owaisi urged the chief minister to take action against the miscreants who indulged in riots.