A video clip of the occurrence shows a burning Ravan effigy shooting fire into a large group collected to witness Dussehra.
A Ravan effigy ‘discharged back’ at viewers throughout a Dussehra occasion in Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar on Wednesday.
The case took place on the occasion of Vijayadashami on the grounds of Muzaffarnagar’s Government Inter College.
A video clip of the incident, which has gone viral on social media, shows a burning Ravan effigy capturing fire into a huge crowd collected to witness Dussehra, which is celebrated by melting effigies of the legendary demon king Ravan.
The video shows not simply civilians yet likewise authorities running for cover.
मुज़फ़्फ़रनगर में अपने को जलाए जाने से क्रुद्ध रावण ने मौक़े पर मौजूद लोगों पर अग्नि-वाण चलाए 😬 pic.twitter.com/zuDmH3dKXa
— Umashankar Singh उमाशंकर सिंह (@umashankarsingh) October 5, 2022
After the fireworks decreased, a bull got in the field creating further panic. The animal was quickly removed by officials.
A comparable occurrence was reported from Haryana’s Yamunanagar on Wednesday when a burning effigy of Ravan toppled on spectators.
The Yamunanagar police stated no one was wounded in the occurrence.
“All arrangements existed on the Dussehra ground. No one was hurt after the burning Raavan effigy dropped on the ground,” a senior police said, as estimated by information agency ANI.
Dussehra is an annual party that honors the victory of great over evil as Lord Ram eliminated Ravan on this day. The event is commemorated in full swing across the nation, by burning the effigies of Ravan, Kumbhkaran, and Meghnath.
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Last Updated: 06 October 2022