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Breaking News Highlights | Seven Arrested For Throwing Pork, Objectional Items At Mosques In UP’s Ayodhya

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Updated: April 28, 2022 11:31 PM IST

By News Desk | Edited by Analiza Pathak

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Breaking News Highlights April 28, 2022: PM Narendra Modi arrived in Assam where he laid the foundation stone for several projects. PM Modi addressed a massive crowd at the “Peace, Unity and Development” rally at Diphu in Karbi Anglong district. He later dedicated Dibrugarh Cancel Hospital & additional six cancer hospitals to the nation. His visit began from Assam’s Diphu in the Karbi Anglong district after a grand welcome. Meanwhile, the Assam government has declared a local holiday on April 28 in the Dibrugarh and Karbi Anglong districts on account of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit there.

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    Seven Arrested For Throwing Pork, Objectional Items At Mosques In UP’s Ayodhya

    Seven people were arrested after they allegedly threw pieces of pork, letters abusing Muslims and torn pages of an Islamic text at some mosques here in an attempt to instigate communal violence, police said on Thursday.
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    The police said they have registered four FIRs in connection with the incidents that took place at the Taatshah Jama Masjid, Ghosiyana mosque, a mosque at the Kashmiri Mohalla and a mazar known as Gulab Shah Baba.

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