Petrol bombs were hurled at the BJP office in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, trying to identify suspects through CCTV.
A bottle filled with petrol was thrown by chaotic elements near the BJP office in Coimbatore city on Thursday night. This spread tension.
It has not caused any damage. A team of senior police officers reached the spot and conducted a preliminary investigation.
Petrol bombs were hurled at the BJP office: According to the police, some suspicious people have been reported for a walk on VKK Menon Road. Efforts are on to identify them on the basis of CCTV.
At the same time, Tamil Nadu Police has registered a case under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act against BJP District President Uthamramasamy for making derogatory remarks against DMK MP A Raja.
Police said that recently Uthamramasamy had made derogatory remarks against the DMK MP.
He was arrested in this case on Wednesday. At the same time, the BJP has also tightened its back.
The state unit of the party will hold a protest march on September 26 to condemn the remarks made by A Raja against Hindus and Hinduism.
In a statement issued, State BJP President Annamalai said that a protest march would be taken out in a democratic manner to protest against the continuous arrest of party workers.
Tamil Nadu Waqf Board claims 1,500-year-old temple land, know what is the whole matter.
The Tamil Nadu Waqf Board has declared ownership of the 1,500-year-old Manadiyavalli Chandrasekhar Swamy temple land in Tiruchenthurai village of Tiruchi district.
The temple has 369 acres of property in and around the village. The information about this claim of the Waqf Board came to the fore when a local farmer tried to sell his agricultural land.
When a farmer named Rajagopal wanted to sell his 1.2 acres of agricultural land to another farmer from the same village.
He was told by the registrar’s office that the land belonged to the Tamil Nadu Waqf Board, not his.
Waqf Board also expressed ownership over the entire land of Tiruchenthurai village.
Rajagopal told the media that the registrar told him that the land did not belong to him, Tamil Nadu Waqf Board and he would have to obtain NOC from the Waqf Board’s office in Chennai.
Rajagopal told the registrar that he had bought this land in 1992 and why he needed to get NOC from the Waqf Board.
According to Rajagopal, the registrar told him that the Tamil Nadu Waqf Board had sent a 250-page letter to the Documents Department stating that any land in Tiruchenthurai village would be bought and sold with his NOC.
When the people of the village came to know about this, they were stunned, because the land is in the name of every man or woman in the village.