Curfew in Pali after stone pelting TNN | Apr 26, 2013, 03.44AM IST JODHPUR: Curfew has been imposed in Nimaz town of Pali district after the celebration of Hanuman Jayanti turned violent on Thursday after stones were hurled by the people of a community. This is the sixth case of communal tension in the state this month. According to SP (Pali), KB Vandna, the incident occurred when a procession of Hanuman Jayanti was passing through the Nimaz town market in the evening. When it reached the mosque, people belonging to a community suddenly started hurling stones on the procession, which erupted into violence. In the backlash of this interruption, some houses and shops were set ablaze and were also looted. "We have imposed Section 144 CrPC to keep the situation under control", IGP DC Jain said. He added that so far one person has been injured and has been referred to Jodhpur hospital. Police is trying to identify the miscreants. "We are in the process of arresting those who disrupted peace in the area," Jain Said. The town had witnessed such clashes earlier over the issue of installing billboard on a tree by both the communities. "But that issue was amicably sorted out," Jain added. Since April 3, communal clashes have been reported in Nagaur's Makrana town, Jaipur's Sanganer, Udaipur, Ajmer's Sarwar town and Baran. In Makrana, violence following a derogatory comment on a social network allegedly left 17 people injured on April 3. Sanganer communal violence in Jaipur left over two dozen people injured on April 4. Udaipur violence that took place also due to a derogatory remark on Facebook, left half-a-dozen people injured. A spurt in communal incidents when assembly elections are due later this year has left the law enforcement agencies worried. Curfew in Pali after stone pelting - The Times of India Some people are showing their intolerance continuously !