Varanasi, Oct 5: With politics over Dadri lynching incident yet to over, miscreants in the holy city of Varanasi set vehicles on fire over a minute dispute, leading to the imposition of curfew in three areas of the city. However the curfew was withdrawn on Monday night, but as per the reports the schools will remain closed on Tuesday. The violence erupted when a group of people set the vehicles on fire on Monday. They were protesting against the police action on September 22 on a religious procession during the immersion of Ganesha idols. On that day police lathi-charged on a religious leader and his followers, who were heading to the banks of river Ganga for the immersion ritual, which led to anger. (Also Read: Dadri lynching: ‘Save me, call police’, said Akhlaq in his last call to Hindu friend) In Monday’s protest, several religious leaders took out a protest march in the afternoon and the locals joined them soon. As the march was crossed a key crossing in the city, both the protesters and police engaged in stone throwing. In between the whole scene some miscreants set some vehicles on fire. After that the police took strict forward action and used batons against the law offenders. As per to the latest report curfew has been withdrawn from important places in the holy city including — Dashashwamedh, Chowk, Kotwali and Luxa. Talking tough on the recent, the Ministry of Home Affairs have issued a strict advisory to all the state governments to take appropriate steps in order top maintain the harmony in the country. In the recent Dadri lynching incident, Mohammed Akhlaqh, 55, who was beaten down to death, while his 22-year-old son Danish son was critically injured by a mob on which barged into their house following rumours that the family had consumed beef, on last Monday night. Also Read - UP Records 27,426 Fresh Cases of COVID-19, Death Toll Mounts To 9,583 With 103 More Fatalities