Nashik/Aurangabad: The bandh called in Malegaon and Nanded to protest the incident in Tripura took violent turn on Friday, as stones were pelted at some shops and police.
In Malegaon, over a dozen people were injured, including 10 policemen. Two of the police personnel have been admitted at the hospital for treatment but their condition is stable, said the local police. The police have detained four people in connection with the incident so far.
In Nanded, eight policemen, including an additional superintendent of police, an inspector and six constables were injured. In addition to this, at least three vehicles were damaged in the stone pelting, while a two wheeler was set on fire.
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