Suspected Hindu activists set ablaze two empty train coaches to protest their leader's arrest following Hindu-Muslim violence in a northern Indian city, officials said Friday. No casualties were reported.
Members of the right-wing Hindu Yuva Vahini group set the fires late Thursday when the train stopped at a station in Mohammadabad, a small town in India's Uttar Pradesh state, police said.
No one was hurt because most passengers had fled, said a railway spokesman, Manish Arora.
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