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Miscreants set vehicles on fire, damage offices, beat up employees


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Miscreants set vehicles on fire, damage offices, beat up employees

NL Correspondent

SRINAGAR: The miscreants on Wednesday created a fear among the people when it set up many vehicles on ablaze and attacked government offices and beat up employees.

While situation is limping back to normalcy in Kashmir, some miscreants are vandalizing the public and private property to enforce shutdown in the Valley.

On Wednesday, a Scorpio JKOIW 36 was set on fire by some miscreants at Sadrabal Hazratbal. Similarly, a passenger Scorpio JKOI5 1031 was set on fire at Delina Baramulla. Unmasked youth also damaged the JK Bank Natipora and beat up employees there. There are also reports similar incidents happened in various parts of the Valley. A PDP leader house of south Kashmir was also attacked.

The private and auto rickshaws are plying normally on the roads for the last few weeks. Even the street vendors have set up their stalls selling the goods to the customers. But there were some people who are enforcing shutdown.

Those who didn't adhere their dictations, they beat them to the pulp. There are some miscreants who are vandalizing the property and beat the people who move out of their homes.

These miscreants cause disturbances by harassing shopkeepers, creating disruptions in traffic movement by placing obstructions and burning the vehicles to enforce shutdown.

Earlier, On Monday, the miscreants set ablaze two Tata sumos. The owners were seen weeping when these vehicles were set on fire.

Earlier, two auto-rickshaws were set ablaze in Saida Kadal and Baba Demb localities of Srinagar last week. The setting of two rickshaws on fire drew a flak from the people who were demanded that these miscreants should be put behind bars.

“Some miscreants have made the life in parts of Old City Srinagar a hell. Who so ever is in the car or in auto rickshaw, they damage the vehicles and beat the people. No one dares to open the shop,” Ali Mohammad, a resident of old city Srinagar said.

The sector has been the main victim of the prevailing situation in Kashmir with many schools either being burnt or are under occupation of forces.

According to official details, many school buildings were set ablaze in four districts of south Kashmir. As per these details, a building of the government high school at Vihil was set on fire in which a portion of the building was damaged.

A high school building in Anantnag district went up in flames following clashes between protesters and forces. Police has said that some miscreants set the school building on fire. Similarly. Islamia Hanfia Educational Institute at Lal Chowk in Anantnag district, the oldest building in the area was also gutted in fire. A school in Yaripora of south Kashmir was also set on fire.

As per official details, a middle school in south Kashmir's Shopian was set ablaze. A school was set ablaze in north Kashmir's Pattan.

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in the Mirhama area of Anantnag district and a school in Zewan had also been gutted.

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