Maha ATS to crack case of Sunday mass prayer attack

Police in Maharashtra and Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) of the state are working together to crack the Sunday mass prayer meet attack case.

The incident took place in Kowad village.

It was informed that as many as five teams have been formed to nab those involved in the attack.

It is suspected that as many as 10-12 unidentified people were involved in the attack and they fled towards Belgaum in Karnataka.

The police are focusing its search in the border areas of Belgaum and Kolhapur.

Police said that as many as 40 people had joined the mass congregation for prayer.

But it was this Sunday noon that a group of 10 to 15 masked men armed with swords, iron rods and glass bottles reached his residence on motorcycles and attacked the congregation and threw stones on those attending the prayer.

01 Jun 2020, 7:43 AM (GMT)

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