Sabzar Aftermath: Police says restrain exhibited by cops

SRINAGAR: Police said stone pelting incidents were reported from about two dozen places from different areas of the Kashmir valley on Saturday.

“The gatherings of miscreants pelted stones on police establishments and forces camps,” the spokesman said. “They also pelted stones on the moving vehicles on the busy roads and in the Chowks.”

Police and security forces rushed to tackle these mobs. They were also pelted upon in which 25 police and security forces personnel were injured. The police and security forces personnel showed utmost restraint in tacking these unruly mobs. During these incidents 12 miscreants were also injured.

Meanwhile, District magistrate Srinagar reiterated strict restrictions in seven police stations of Srinagar for Sunday.

“In view of the prevailing law and order situation, strict restrictions have been imposed within the territorial jurisdiction of seven police stations of Srinagar district, including Khanyar, Nowhatta, Safakadal, M R Gunj, Rainawari, Kralkhud, Maisuma, with effect from May 28 till further orders,” an official spokesman said.

However, admit cards of the candidates appearing for BOPEE & AIIMS examinations scheduled on May 28 shall be treated as curfew passes on the day. The identity cards of the invigilators deployed for supervising the examinations would also be treated as curfew passes.

“It is further ordered that all the colleges and higher secondary schools in Srinagar will also remain closed on May 29, 2107,” the spokesman added.

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