"The Centre should seek a detailed report from the Puducherry government, particularly, the breach of the ban on permission for meetings near places of worship," AIADMK legislature wing leader A Anbalagan told reporters here.
Stating that police should have denied permission to the Hindu Munnani to hold a meeting near the mosque, he said the government should conduct a probe as to how the standing order banning meetings near places of worship was 'breached'.
Criticising Chief Minister V Narayanasamy, the AIADMK MLA said, instead of ordering a probe into the incidents, he had said Goondas Act would be invoked against those fanning communal clashes, which was not sufficient.
CPI (M) Puducherry unit Secretary R Rajangam criticised the 'failure of the police to prevent attack on mosque' here and sought a high-level probe into the incident. The incident occurred on Sunday when a public meeting was organised by the Hindu Munnani near the mosque in Orleanpet.
After the meeting got over, a group of unidentified people had allegedly damaged the glass panes on the ground and first floors of the mosque, prompting Narayanasamy to order a probe into the incident. According to Hindu Munnani, while the meeting was in progress an unidentified person had allegedly hurled a bottle from a corner targetting the stage, injuring three persons.
Complaints and counter-complaints had been filed by the Munnani and the mosque authorities.