Hindutva mob sets two ministers’ houses on fire in AP


Angry mob belonging to a Hindutva outfit has set the house of two ministers on fire in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.

Violence broke out in Andhra Pradesh’s Amalapuram town on Tuesday after angry members of Hindutva outfit Konaseema Sadhana Samithi (KSS) showed their disapproval about naming Konaseema district as Dr B.R. Ambedkar Konaseema district. Dr Ambedkar was champion of Dalits’ rights and chief architect of the Indian constitution.

In the videos shared on social media horrifying visuals of arson could be seen. Houses of Andhra Pradesh Minister Ponnada Satish and state minister P. Viswaroop’s were house set on fire by the agitators.


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