After arresting 77 males of the village for their involvement in the group clash earlier, the police started apprehending the females of the village. On Friday, over 50 women were detained following which the village bore a deserted look.
Gathering of people, meetings, and rallies have been prohibited. Police also conducted a flag march in the area.
The situation further escalated after hundreds of supporters of the injured gheraoed Bangomunda police station
As Padmapur village under Basudevpur block has been tense since Thursday night after the clash, police personnel have been deployed at the village.
Though the exact reason behind the clash is yet to be ascertained, stones were pelted and even fire extinguishers were used on a bus which was full of students. The bus was also locked from outside which created problems for the students who complained of breathing issues.
Of these fresh six arrests, three were arrested in connection with the stone pelting incident that occurred on April 12 and the rest three were apprehended in the shop vandalism incident.
On Wednesday, a bike rally was also taken out in the town. The rally started from Dhanupali police station square and as it was passing through Motijharan Square when some miscreants pelted stones at the rally, resulting in a violent clash between the two groups.
Major group clash leaves 10 injured.Groups from two villages fight in Rayagada
The arrested corporator's brother, who is a constable posted at the Vigilance department, has also been arrested.
A group of transgender reportedly attacked another group while they were having a meeting at a hotel.
The husband of Surapratappur Sarpanch, Bhajaman Samal and his supporters allegedly hurled bombs and fired shots at Jayaprakash Rout (51), Jitendra Rout (53), and Subhankar Priyadarshi Rout (22), injuring the trio seriously.
The clash broke out between a group of visitors from Kantabanjhi and another group comprising some local people and members of Harishankar temple administration over a trivial matter.
Local authorities announced an 11-hour curfew in Punjab's Patiala district on Friday after four people were injured when two groups clashed over an anti-Khalistan march .
The clash between the residents of Durgaprasad and Deulapali took place last night during a procession taken out to celebrate Danda Jatra.
The mining town of Joda in Keonjhar district was put under prohibitory orders by the district administration after a group clash that broke out Monday saw many injured from both the factions.