BREAKING NEWS: Gurugram Police Comissioner Confirmed Who Pelted Stones On School Bus

BREAKING NEWS: Gurugram Police Comissioner Confirmed Who Pelted Stones On School Bus

Gurugram Police
Gurugram Police

Few days back a school bus was attacked in Gurugram and it was alleged that it was done by the Karni Sena protesters. Soon after the attack all the protesters were arrested by the Gurugram Police.

Now the Gurugram police has confirmed that there is no link between Karni Sena and the stone pelters on the GD Goenka School Bus. Now the Indian media and congress party has no answer to this as there whole propaganda has now been blasted.

According to the Times Of India, Had cops made preventive arrests last Sunday when Karni Sena supporters went around the city wielding sticks and threatening cinema owners of violence, Wednesday’s mob violence — in which school buses carrying students were attacked — might have been prevented.

Gurgaon police commissioner Sandeep Khirwar, however, said on Thursday he did not see any correlation between Sunday’s demonstrations by the Karni Sena, the outfit leading the protest against ‘Padmaavat’, and Wednesday’s violence, which he said was carried out by “miscreants”. Karni Sena has not been named in the FIR registered for the arson and vandalism at Bhondsi.

“On Sunday, no violence had taken place. It cannot be said it was the same people who protested on Sunday against the release of ‘Padmaavat’ as the ones on Wednesday. I call the people behind Wednesday’s mob violence miscreants. There are some connections and some differences. We cannot arrest people without any substantial reasons,” Khirwar told TOI.

On Sunday morning, around 200-250 men, who called themselves members of Gurgaon Karni Sena, blocked traffic in various part of the city, including Sohna Road and MG Road metro station, in an attempt to browbeat people before the movie released. Later, five Sena representatives went to several city malls — MGF, Sahara, MGF City Centre on MG Road, Mega Mall on Golf Course Road — and distributed pamphlets to multiplex staff. The pamphlets, carrying a photo of Karni Sena head Lokendra Singh Kalvi, proclaimed that “Padmaavat harms sentiment of Hindus and Muslims, and will lead to communal riots and damage of property”.

Brushing aside the threats of Karni Sena as “fantastic claims”, Khirwar said, “We need to have realistic calibration of the situation and what is threat perception and what is the involvement of that person (Kalvi). It is an evolving situation.”

When asked if he was under any political pressure not to act against Karni Sena, Khirwar responded: “We are completely committed to maintaining law and order in the state. We are taking prompt action to maintain peace and we did everything we could. People are scared because a big issue had been made of the whole thing.”

“Multiple arrests have been made, we controlled the situation when the school bus was attacked, and serious charges have been levelled against them for murder and damage to property. Additionally we have detained multiple people. Those arrested were the same people who burnt the roadways bus,” he added.

The police chief also said cops have been deployed near all theatres wherever the movie is being screened apart from the security arrangements made by individual theatres. “We have pickets all across the city to check the movement. Mobile patrolling parties have also been set up to respond to an untoward situation, if any. The movie is screening everywhere as per the rules of the Supreme Court and everyone is independent to watch the movie,” he said.


Earlier, The names of the stone pelters are now circulating in the social media. If this is true then this is again a conspiracy by the opposition and specially congress party to malign the Image of Karni Sena and Hindus.

The villagers vehemently deny participating in the protest and have even called for a mahapanchayat Friday. “There is a Mahapanchayat on Friday to discuss these illegal arrests and we may not even unfurl the Tricolour as a mark of protest,” said one villager. The mahapanchayat was announced across the village through loudspeakers.

The grandfather of one of the apprehended suspects said his grandson had reached the scene of the crime only after the incident. “He was going for a football match. He had stopped there for some time when the incident occurred and had no role to play in the incident,” he said. The grandfather, a 75-year-old retired army Subedar said he was not part of the Shri Rajput Karni Sena, but asserted that Padmavat should not have been released.

Ravinder Kumar, Gurgaon Police PRO, said, “Ten of the eighteen people held for the school bus incident were majors, and have been remanded to judicial custody for two weeks. The other eight were juveniles, who have been sent to the observation home in Faridabad.”

Another arrested after the incident is Sukhbir (20), the gram panchayat pump operator who managed the tube well. Bhondsi residents said they realised he had been arrested when there was no water supply Thursday morning. His wife Pooja (18) said, “We have nothing to do with this Karni Sena. My husband was only standing there out of curiosity. We are dependent on him to run the house. I just want my husband freed.”

A few hundred meters from Sukhbir’s house is where a 14-year-old orphan, apprehended by police lives with his 70-year-old grandmother. “A child without parents goes off the track but that doesn’t mean he would have such things,” she said. According to her, she had sent her grandson to a ration shop Wednesday afternoon for the monthly ration and she did not hear from him.

“He never showed any violent streak, how could he have put a bus on fire. Villagers tell me the crime was committed by some other group and persons from this village have been wrongly arrested,” she said.

According to Sukhbir’s FIR, 50-60 people with “petrol cans, lathis” had blocked his bus raising “Karni Sena slogans”. “Passengers in the bus realised they would be burnt alive and they jumped out of the bus. The mob even threw stones at a G D Goenka bus that was behind me,” the FIR stated.

D P Singh (68), who has lived in Bhondsi all his life, insisted that the name “Karni Sena” had never been heard in the village before November, 2017. “The children of the village has not even heard the name of Karni Sena till three months ago. It is only after a mahapanchayat was held in the village two months ago that they knew what it was.”

Gurgaon police said the suspects, from Bhondsi village, were produced in a court in Sohna Thursday and remanded to judicial custody, with police saying some “objectionable materials” were also recovered from them.

Villagers said that they don’t support violence as a medium to protest but asserted that Padmaavat distorted history. “(Sanjay Leela) Bhansali should have shown the movie to Karni Sena or the elderly people of the community. He is showing a Rajput princess dancing. Which princess dances?” Singh said.