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Indore: Indore police have launched a hunt to nab unidentified men who have been booked for allegedly distributing pamphlets in the Raoji Bazar area of the city and spreading communal enmity.
According to the police, a case has been registered for spreading enmity between people of different communities on the basis of religion. "We received a complaint from a woman of the area in this regard, and on the basis of which a case under IPC section 153-A has been registered against unidentified men for allegedly distributing objectionable pamphlets against Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Bajrang Dal," DCP Rajesh Singh told ANI.
He said, "The complainant also submitted a pamphlet, titled 'Open Letter'."
"We have launched a search to identify and nab those involved. Further investigating in the matter is on," DCP Singh added. (ANI)