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Bhainsa anti-Hindu Violence: BJP MP Aravind Dharmapuri Stopped from Visiting the Riot-Victims

WebdeskMar 10, 2021, 12:00 AM IST

Bhainsa anti-Hindu Violence: BJP MP Aravind Dharmapuri Stopped from Visiting the Riot-Victims

In a desperate attempt made by the TRS government to resist the Bharatiya Janata Party from reaching out to the riot-victims in Bhainsa in Telangana, BJP MP from Nizamabad, Aravind Dharmapuri, was taken into custody by the city police on Monday night while he was on the way to meet the riot-victims.   The MP was going to the Bhainsa and meet victims of Sunday’s clashes there. The city police team stopped him at Banjara Hills Road No. 2 and took him into preventive custody.   About the incident, senior BJP leader Shobha Karandlaje tweeted, “I m appalled by the way in which my colleague has been detained by the TRS police! @Arvindharmapuri Ji wanted to meet the families of #BhainsaRiots, in which MIM thugs unleashed attack on our Hindu brothers! Has KCR become a synonym for lawlessness & appeasement!? #SaveHindus"

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