Bhim army goons set afire vehicles, vandalize public properties in Ujjain

A shocking case has come to light in Ujjain district of Madhya Pradesh, the video going viral on social media. Bhim Army goons are burning vehicles and pelting stones at people. They first broke the statue of Sardar Patel and then pelted stones at the Patel community. They want to install the statue of Ambedkar in place of Sardar Patel. The SC-ST Act is also being used to threaten people.

A section of Bhim Army activists vandalized the statue installed by members of the Patidar community. In this clash, not only public property was damaged, but many people were also injured. The incident occurred on Thursday morning in Makdon village, where the Patidar community had recently erected a statue of Sardar Patel.

According to online sources, people from both sides resorted to stone pelting using sticks, resulting in injuries to a sub-inspector, Lalchand Sharma, and several locals. Additionally, several shops in the area were vandalized and burning vehicles. ASP Bhargava said that after the incidents of the clash, an extensive police force has been deployed in the area and Makdon city Inspector Bhim Singh Deora has been suspended. The police are investigating the matter. The ASP said that cases are being registered against persons in connection with the incident.

The viral video has been shared by Shubham Sharma on his former Twitter handle ‘X’. Over 1 lakh people have viewed the video. Users have expressed their views and shared various types of reactions.

One user writes, ‘Add one more condition in SC-ST act that any person use this act has to prove his allegations true otherwise he has to remain ten times more in jail than to innocent person suffers from this act. This will make it effective and it makes equality in society.

Another user writes, ‘I bet they are getting funds from some external source.’

Another user writes, ‘And BJP people call only Muslims a threat, whereas this is also a truth. Getting your demands fulfilled by trapping you in a fake SC/ST atrocity act is also a kind of terrorism.

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