Two people have been killed in the western Indian state of Gujarat in a clash between police and local Muslims in the city of Baroda.
The clash erupted on Monday morning as Muslims protested against the demolition of a mausoleum.
The authorities say the demolition is part of a campaign against illegal construction work.
Police said they tried controlling the crowd with batons and tear gas and were then forced to open fire.
Six people were also injured.
A curfew has been imposed in the old city area of Baroda. Police now say the situation is under control.