Indore incident shouldn’t be given communal colour: MP Home Minister

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Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh), Aug 23 (ANI): Reacting on a viral video on social media in which some unidentified men were seen beating up a bangle seller in Indore, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra on August 23 asked the Opposition not to give communal colour to the incident as the bangle seller was selling bangles hiding his name and religion. “This shouldn't be given a communal colour. If a man hides his name, caste and religion then bitterness comes in. Our daughters wear bangles and apply henna during Sawan. He had come as a bangle seller, there was confusion and truth came out after seeing his ID,” said Mishra.

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