Update 1430 hrs: Peace committee meeting to be held at 4pm. All religious leaders, police, DC, district incharge minister to take part.
life is normal with autos and buses plying.
Heavy police presence in sensitive areas and in city as well.
The rappid action force did a flag march this morning in various parts of the city.
Schools and colleges will function as usual from Tuesday; however, cinemas will be closed on Tuesday.
Prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the Cr. PC. will be in force in the city and adjoining areas that are within a 5-km radius of the city, till 6 a.m. on August 28.
Police arrested 34 people connected with the incident and the situation remained tense.
According to the police, trouble began when a group that was returning after attending a function burst crackers while entering Vishnu Galli.
Prohibitory orders were imposed on
the city during the day.
As per the order of Taluka Magistrate Entire area falling under the jurisdiction of the
Shahpur police station has been declared sensitive till September 1, and prohibitory orders would be in force during the period.
After midnight, groups burst crackers again.
In the group clashes that occured Asif Mangaonkar of Vadgaon was killed.
Deccan Herald mentions that the arrested had confessed that their attack was in retaliation of the peeranwadi incident. Dr Chetan Patil was stabbed to death by unidentified persons on Fort Road.
After the incidents on friday and saturday ban orders will be in force in Peeranwadi, Jayanagar, Machche, Rameshwar Nagar, Tipu Sultan Nagar, Zad-Shahpur, Khadarwadi,
VTU campus and Santibastwad, till 6
p.m. on August 29.
Prohibitory orders will also be in force in areas coming under Khade Bazaar, Camp and Tilakwadi police station limits, and Udyambaag till 8 p.m.on August 29.
All public functions, processions, bursting of firecrackers, obstructing government or private vehicles, including buses, have been banned.
The residents of Peeranwadi have taken a unanimous decision against taking up any relegious acitvity on the Janta plot.
Source: The Hindu and inputs