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Angry mob pelts stones, set police vehicles ablaze
21 March 2017, 01:12 | Melissa Porter
Several vehicles were damaged on Sunday after a crowd pelted stones and threw fireballs at the Trombay police station
Some police men were also hurt during the incident.
The same day, Arvind was arrested and booked under section 295-A (deliberate and malicious acts, meant to outrage religious feelings or any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs) of the IPC along with sections of the Information Technology Act.
Additional Commissioner of Police Manoj Lohia said the man who posted the morphed image has been arrested.
A clash was triggered between the police personnel and locals after two police vehicles were set ablaze and many damaged by the angry mob outside Trombay police station in Mumbai. The vandals demanded that the accused be handed over to them and in a fit of rage they also set afire some police vehicles outside the police station, they said. The State Reserve Police Force was summoned to take control of the situation. Senior police officers said that Arvind Chinwa had put a controversial post on Facebook on Saturday night after which a group of boys in the same locality protested and complained about it to police at 10.30 pm. Later, 17 people were arrested for rioting, they said. Hussain was arrested for leading mob.
Meanwhile, AIMIM MLA Waris Pathan has alleged that Shaikh was falsely implicated and blamed the police for allowing the matter to escalate by not acting swiftly.
The entire area was cornered off and heavy police was deployed to avoid any untoward incident.