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Overnight Blaze Damages 13 Houses, Renders 31 Families Homeless In Baramulla

Overnight Blaze Damages 13 Houses, Renders 31 Families Homeless In Baramulla

Baramulla, June 11: An overnight blaze in Sweeper Colony, Noorbagh area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district turned at least 13 houses into ashes and rendered 31 families homeless, officials said Friday.

They said that a massive blaze engulfed Sweeper Colony, Noorbagh at around 9:30 pm on Thursday night which spread like a bushfire and left at least 13 houses completely damaged while 31 families putting up in these houses were rendered homeless. Luckily there was no loss of life reported in the incident.

Locals told that soon after the fire broke out they informed the fire services department, police and the army. “It was the police that reached the spot first and informed other departments.

Police men started dousing the fire of their own till fire services reached along with its fleet,” a local said. “It was the SSP Baramulla, who along with other policemen doused the flames till fire services vehicles reached the spot,” a local, whose house was damaged in the fire, said.

Deputy Director Fire and Emergency services Baramulla, Abdul Khaliq said, that as the fire broke out in the areas, fire tenders from Sopore, Sangrama, Rafiabad, and Baramulla were rushed to the spot to douse the flames. “At least 31 families have been left homeless as their houses were turned into ashes due to the deadly blaze,” he said.

Officials from the administration including Tehsildar, Accountant Officer, revenue officer, fire service, police and other departments have sent teams to review the situation and estimate the damages. Tents and food are being provided among those affected by the fire. “As per the government direction, we will provide compensation to all the affected families,” said Naib Tehsildar Baramulla, Ghulam Muhammad Chopan—kno

Suicide Commited By A Teenager Boy In Sopore Area Of North Kashmir

Suicide Commited By A Teenager Boy In Sopore Area Of North Kashmir

Sopore, June 09 : A 14-year-old boy ended his life by allegedly committed suicide by consuming some poisonous substances at his home in Sopore village of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Wednesday.

An official said that the youth identified as Tawheed Ahmed Lone Son of Late Mohammad Anwar Lone, resident of Sangrampora Dangiwacha Village here consumed some poisonous substance at his home, he was immediately rushed to District Hospital Baramulla, however he was declared brought dead, he said.

Meanwhile, police have registered a case under various sections of law and taken up further investigations in this regard, the official added.

COVID-19: Jammu And Kashmir Hamlet First Village In India To Achieve 100% Vaccination Of Its Adult Population

COVID-19: Jammu And Kashmir Hamlet First Village In India To Achieve 100% Vaccination Of Its Adult Population

Srinagar: A remote hamlet in Bandipora district of Jammu and Kashmir has become the first village in India to vaccinate all its adult population against COVID-19, officials said on Tuesday.

The credit goes to the healthcare workers whose strenuous efforts shot Weyan hamlet, with an adult population of 362, to national fame, they said.

“The village is located only 28 kilometres away from Bandipora district headquarters, but a distance of 18 kilometres has to be covered by foot as there is no motorable road,” an official of the health department said.

He said the task of vaccinating all the residents was even more difficult as the village consists of nomadic families who go to higher reaches for grazing their livestock.

“There is no internet access in the village. So it was not possible for the residents to get appointments for vaccination like the way people in urban areas do,” Bashir Ahmed Khan, Chief Medical Officer, Bandipora said while explaining the difficulty faced by the healthcare workers.

The vaccination in the village was covered under ”J&K model’, which is a 10-point strategy to vaccinate entire eligible population at accelerated pace.

Despite initial vaccine hesitancy, Jammu and Kashmir has achieved 70 per cent vaccination in the 45+ age group, almost double the national average, the official said.

Commenting on the achievement, Yatish Yadav, media advisor to Jammu and Kashmir government, said the Union territory was raising the bar in the Covid vaccination drive.

“#JammuAndKashmirMode. And we thought up to now that Everest was the highest and toughest peak of Himalayas. But, some journey brings a new light, a new life. Team J&K raising the bar on vaccination drive,” he tweeted. (PTI)

Drug Peddler Arrested, 2 Kgs Of Heroin Recovered In Karnah

Drug Peddler Arrested, 2 Kgs Of Heroin Recovered In Karnah

Kupwara, Jun 8: Jammu and Kashmir Police in Kupwara said to have arrested a drug peddler on whose possession it claimed to have recovered two kilograms of Heroin here in Yariban Hajitra in Taad area of Karnah.

According to police they said during checking, the Naka party intercepted a person in a suspicious condition, following which he was apprehended and on his disclosure identified as Naseer Ahmad Shiekh a resident of Hajitra.

During the personal search two packets of Heroin weighing about two kilograms were recovered from the possession of apprehended person, it said.

Accordingly a legal action has been taken and a case vide FIR Number 61/21 under section 8/21 NDPS Act has been registered in Police Station Karnah against the accused person and investigations into it taken up, it said.

The war against these drug peddlers will continue and those found involved in these acts will be strictly dealt under law, it further said. gns

Missing Minor Boy From Bandipora Traced In New Delhi After 9 Months

Missing Minor Boy From Bandipora Traced In New Delhi After 9 Months

Bandipora, June 07: A missing minor boy from north Kashmiri’s Bandipora district was finally traced in New Delhi after all but nine months, police said on Monday.

A Police official told that a missing minor boy identified as Rashid Sheikh son of Abdul Rashid Sheikh, a resident of Kondbal at present Rakh-Asham area of Sonawari was missing since September 20, 2020 from his maternal fathers house, was traced in New Delhi by the Delhi police along with a team of Bandipora Police.

He said that after completing the legal formalities, the minor boy was handed over to his family members at police station in Sumbal.

Family members have appreciated the role of Bandipora police for tracing their minor son after nine months. kdc

Two Burglars Arrested By Jammu And Kashmir Police

Two Burglars Arrested By Jammu And Kashmir Police

Sopore, June 03: On 02 June 2021, a team of Police Station Tarzoo headed by SHO Insp. Bilal Khanday arrested two burglars during patrolling and recovered stolen property from their possession. A three wheeler auto was also seized which was used in the commission of crime.

The burglars were identified as: 1. Aqib Ahmad Najar S/O Abdul Qayoom Najar 2. Qazi Tawkeer (SPO No. 597 posted at DPL Baramulla) S/O Qazi Irshad, residents of Chankhan Sopore.

In this connection case FIR No. 58/2021 U/S 379 IPC registered at Police Station Tarzoo and further investigation has been taken up.

Eight Persons Booked Under UAPA For Slogans At Funeral Of Accident Victim In Kupwara

Eight Persons Booked Under UAPA For Slogans At Funeral Of Accident Victim In Kupwara

Kupwara, June 2: Police have booked at least eight persons under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act for sloganeering at the funeral of a youth who was killed in an accident recently in Kupwara district of north Kashmir.

Officials on Wednesday told that four of them have been already arrested under Section 13 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, which prescribes upto seven years imprisonment for “advocating, abetting, advising or inciting the commission of any unlawful activity”.

Sources said a youth identified as Mohammad Amin Dar son of Abdul Ahad Dar of Bumhama died in a road accident during intervening night of May 28 near his native place.

Subsequently, there was funeral and as per police anti-India slogans were made following which a case (FIR No. 181/21) under IPC Sections of 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant), 147 (Punishment for rioting) besides stringent 13 ULA(P) Act was lodged in Police Station Kupwara.

Those named in the FIR, officials said, include Aabid Hussain Mir son of Abdul Gani Mir, Qaiser Ahmad Mir son of Farooq Ahmad Mir, Bilal Ahmad Mir son of Farooq Ahmad Mir, Zahoor Ahmad Dar son of Khazir Mohammad Dar, Aijaz Ahmad Ganai son of Ghulam Rasool Ganai, Abass Ahmad Mir son Khazir Mohammad Mir, Firdous Ahmad Bhat son of Lal Bhat and Fayaz Ahmad Dar son of Mohammad Maqbool, all resident of Bumhama Kupwara.

A police officer confirmed that four out of those named in the FIR have been booked. They include Qaiser Ahmad Mir, Bilal Ahmad Mir, Zahoor Ahmad Dar and Aijaz Ahmad Ganai. (GNS)

Residents Of Diver Lolab Kupwara Fed Up By Poor Internet Connectivity

Residents Of Diver Lolab Kupwara Fed Up By Poor Internet Connectivity

Kupwara, May 30: People from Diver Lolab area of North Kashmir’s Kupwara district are fed up with the poor internet connectivity in times of Covid-19.

They say poor connectivity and network problems have emerged as a serious problem for them as online activities have increased during the Covid-19 pandemic. Education sector has been mostly affected because of emphasis on online classes due to the pandemic.

They said that online classes have affected students of rural areas as all villages do not have Jio fibre network connectivity.

A resident of Diver Lolab said network problem of Reliance Jio has been there for 3 months now and despite lodging complaints to the company officials, the issue remains unresolved.

“I could not submit my online exam paper in time due to low internet speed” said Irfan Ahmed.

Broadband network connectivity is not available in the area.

Students of schools and colleges have also raised the issue with telecom operators BSNL, Jio, and Airtel.

Students urged the Reliance Jio and Airtel officials to resolve the issue as soon as possible.

43 Year Old Woman Dies Of Cardiac Arrest In Bandipora District

43 Year Old Woman Dies Of Cardiac Arrest In Bandipora District

Bandipora, May 19: A 43-year-old woman died after suffering a massive heart attack in Ajas Tehsil in north Kashmir’s Bandipora on Wednesday.

Reports reaching said that the woman complained of chest pain at her home and was immediately rushed to a CHC Hajin by her family members.

BMO Hajin Dr Ajaz confirmed that she was declared dead on arrival.

He identified the deceased lady as Saleema Wife of Mohammad Maqbool, a resident of Ajas Tehsil of Bandipora district.

The body of the lady was handed over to her family members for burial after completing necessary medico- formalities, he added. kdc

District Hospital Bandipora Converted Into Covid Care Centre, Hospital Has 100 Beds, Facilitated With Oxygen Supply, Says Official

District Hospital Bandipora Converted Into Covid Care Centre, Hospital Has 100 Beds, Facilitated With Oxygen Supply, Says Official

Bandipora, Apr 29: As the Covid-19 cases surge in the district, authorities in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district on Thursday converted 100-bedded District Hospital into a COVID Care Centre.

An official told that in a meeting of health officials with district administration, it was decided that the district hospital will be converted into a COVID hospital and be designated as level 3rd hospital.

He said that the hospital is facilitated with oxygen supply and 100 Covid-19 patients can be treated at a time as the 1000 LMP high-flow oxygen plant would be made functional within next few days at the hospital.

“People who want to consult doctors for non-Covid or in case of other normal aliment can visit the old hospital building where about eight doctors have been deployed for the convenience of the people,” the official said.

Pertinently, the 50-bed Gynae and Maternity Hospital in Pazalpora is already designated as Level-II hospital for COVID patients.kno

L&T Operator Killed Under Gypsum Slide In Uri Baramulla

L&T Operator Killed Under Gypsum Slide In Uri Baramulla

Uri, April 29: An operator of L&T machine was killed under gypsum slide in Uri area of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Thursday, officials said.

Official sources told that the operator was working at a mine at Naloosa Boniyar within the jurisdiction of Bijhama when the Gypsum slide occurred and buried him along with the machine. Later the operator identified as Shabir Ahmad Beigh son of Mohammad Haneif Beigh of Jabadar Bijhama Boniyar.

He was evacuated to PHC Bijhama where doctors declared him brought dead, they said.

SHO Bijhama Nasir Ahmad confirmed the incident and said that a case has been registered under relevant sections of law. Gns

Kulgam Police Rescues Kidnapped Girl From Kupwara, Arrests Accused

Kulgam Police Rescues Kidnapped Girl From Kupwara, Arrests Accused

Kulgam, Apr 29: Kulgam police have rescued a kidnapped girl besides arresting the accused, it said to have belonging from north-Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

In a statement issued the police said that it had received a complaint at police station Manzgam from a complainant, seeking assistance in tracing his daughter (name withheld) allegedly kidnapped by one Parvaiz Ahmad Bhat, a resident of Shat Muqam Drugmulla Kupwara.

Acting promptly a case with FIR No 23/2021 under sections 366, 109 IPC was registered in Police Station Manzgam and investigation was initiated, it says.

Accordingly, a team headed by SHO Manzgam Inspector Shalinder Singh under the supervision of SDPO DH Pora Shabir Ahmad was constituted to trace out the kidnapped girl and to nab the culprit, it says.

Utilizing all available means, with strenuous efforts specific information was generated by the investigating team which led to rescue the girl and the kidnapper was arrested from Kupwara, it says.

After fulfilling all medico-legal formalities, the girl will be handed over to her legal heirs, it added.gns

Sopore Man Injured In Bear Attack, Hospitalised

Sopore Man Injured In Bear Attack, Hospitalised

Sopore, April 28 : A 40-year-old man sustained grievous injuries after being attacked by a bear at Hibb Dangerpora village of Sopore in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Wednesday morning.

Reports reaching said a man identified as Abdul Salam Dar son of Ghulam Mohammad Dar a resident of Hibb Dangerpora was walking near riverside when the incident took place.

When he raised an alarm, people nearby rushed to his rescue, and drove away the bears.

However, he was immediately taken to nearby hospital where from he was referred to Srinagar medical institute for advanced treatment reports added.

Meanwhile, police took congnizence of this incident.

Maulana Rahmatullah Urges People, Masjid Committees To Follow SOPs Religiously

Maulana Rahmatullah Urges People, Masjid Committees To Follow SOPs Religiously

Bandipora, April 28: Noted religious scholar and rector of Dara-ul-Uloom Rahemiya in north Kashmiri’s Bandipora district, Maulana Muhammad Rehamtullah Qasmi in a video message, has appealed people to take preventive measures to combat the spread of Covid-19.

“People must adhere to the usage of masks, sanitizers and maintain social distancing at the highest level whenever required and must follow all the guidelines laid by the medical health experts to contain the COVID-19 and that’s the way to get rid from this deadly virus”.

He said “Those who go to pray at masjids should maintain the SOPs religiously as wearing masks, sanitizers and especially the social distancing.

He stressed the masjid committee’s that as you manage power facilities, water and furnishing, the same should be done with the arrangement of masks, sanitizers and social distancing at first priority level to combat further spread of this deadly virus.

Qasmi said People like sick, weak or old who could not go to the masjids, should offer congregational prayers with family members at home, added they will get the same reward as people get in masjids as ulmas already have given fatwas in this regard”, Qasmi added.

He further said as vaccination is going on people should go for it.

Qasmi prayed may Allah prevail to cure those who have directly or indirectly been affected by the deadly virus.

Notably, Mufti Nazir Ahmed Qasmi had said that taking vaccines doesn’t break fast and people should take a jab of vaccines at an earliest.

DC Kupwara Took Stock For Implementation Of COVID SOPs, Inspects Various Markets Of Kupwara Town

DC Kupwara Took Stock For Implementation Of COVID SOPs, Inspects Various Markets Of Kupwara Town

KNN/Aadil Akbar/Kupwara

Deputy Commissioner (DC), Kupwara Imam Din along with team of officers today inspected various markets of Kupwara Town including Iqbal Market, By-pass market, Bus Stand , Regipora Market, Jamia Market, Old Chowk etc and took stock of the implementation of COVID appropriate behaviour including usage of masks and maintainance of social distance at ground level.
During the inspection, the Deputy Commissioner on the spot imposed fine on the violators of COVID SOPs for not wearing masks.

Taking serious note of the encroachments caused by shopkeepers on footpaths,the team headed by Deputy Commissioner destroyed various goods on spot to remove the encroachment.
Deputy Commissioner warned the shopkeeper for repeating such encroachment on footpaths.

On the occasion Deputy Commissioner advised people to strictly follow the COVID SOPs and ensure use of masks, sanitizers and maintain social distance.

Water Crisis Sparks Protest In Sopore Town, Residents Allege Department Is Forcing Them To Consume Filthy Water

Water Crisis Sparks Protest In Sopore Town, Residents Allege Department Is Forcing Them To Consume Filthy Water

Sopore, April 26 : Residents of Hathishah and Ningli in Sopore town of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Monday staged a protest against Jal Shakti department for ‘failing’ to provide them regular water supply.

An eyewitness told, that scores of inhabitants had assembled at Jamia Qadeem in Sopore and raised slogans against the department and blocked the Sopore – Tarzoo road.

We are facing acute drinking water shortage from past several days and department is forcing them to consume filthy water from other sources, said protestors.

“We approached the concerned officials many times but nothing has been done in this regard”, they added.

However the police party of Police Station Tarzoo reached on spot and pacified the protesters and restored the traffic.

Meanwhile, when official at Jal Shakhti Department Sopore contacted, he said, issue will be redressed soon as we are working on it.

Missing Since March 29, Body Of Bandipora Youth Recovered From Wular Lake

Missing Since March 29, Body Of Bandipora Youth Recovered From Wular Lake

Sopore, Apr 25: The Jammu and Kashmir Police on late Saturday night recovered the body of a missing Bandipora youth from Wular Lake in Warpora village of Sopore in North kashmir’s Baramulla district.

An official told that locals spotted the body in the Lake and accordingly informed the police late last night.

He said a police team immediately rushed to the area and recovered the semi-decomposed body from the spot.

The official said that the body was identified as Rounak Hassan (19) son of Ghulam Hassan, a resident of Ward No. 3 of Plan locality of Bandipora. Rounak had gone missing from his home on March 29 this year.

He said that the body was identified by the cloths, he was wearing, by his family members.

The official said that the body will be handed over to the family for last rites after post-mortem.kno

Missing Teenager Of Gurez Repatriates Via Teetwal Crossing Point

Missing Teenager Of Gurez Repatriates Via Teetwal Crossing Point

Srinagar, Apr 20: Pakistani official repatriated the missing teenager of Gurez via Teetwal Crossing point on tuesday, who had gone missing from his home since September last year.

Sources said that 17-year-old youth identified as Mohammad Sayeed Ganai son of Ghulam Mohammad Ganai from Tarbal area of Gurez of north Kashmir’s Badnipora district was missing since September last year and Crossed line of control to Pakistan side .

Officials said that he was repatriated after 7 months by Pakistani officials through the Teetwal sector of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district on tuesday.

The repatriation was done in presence of Tehsildar Karnah executive Magistrate (First Class) , Station house officer Karnah besides army officials.

After completion of legal and medical formalities, the teenager was handed over to Police.

Bandipora Police Arrested A Drug Peddler At Malangam Contraband Substances Recovered, FIR Registered

Bandipora Police Arrested A Drug Peddler At Malangam Contraband Substances Recovered, FIR Registered

Bandipora, April 18: Bandipora police continuing its war against the menace of drugs arrested a drug peddler at Malangam and recovered large quantity of Charas from his possession.

Acting on a specific information,a police party of Police post Aloosa led by I/C PP Aloosa under the supervision of DYSP Hqrs Bandipora Shri Mohmmad Idress -JKPS, during naka checking at Malangam Bandipora arrested one person along with 160 Grms of Charas.

The accused has been identified as Samir Ahmad Sheikh S/o Mohmad Shaban Sheikh R/o Malangam Bandipora

During preliminary enquiry it was revealed that the accused drug peddler was supplying the drugs to youths of the area, especially in and around Aloosa/Malangam belt to make them drug addicts. Accordingly case FIR No.47/2021 under relevant sections of NDPS Act was registered in police station Bandipora and further investigation has been taken up.

People are requested to come forward with any information regarding drug peddlers and help police in eradicating the menace of drugs.

BJP Panch Among Three Arrested For Extortion In Sopore North Kashmir

BJP Panch Among Three Arrested For Extortion In Sopore North Kashmir

Srinagar, April 16: Police on Friday claimed to have arrested three extortonist including a BJP panch in North Kashmir’s Sopore.

In a statement police said that on a complaint received by Mudasir ah Shiekh son of Gh. Mohd shiekh resident of Panzipora Sopore, son in law of Ghulam Nabi Lone son of Ab Ahad Lone resindent of Hamdani Colony Nadihal that during the intervening night 3/4 April that some unidentified persons barged into the in-laws’ house at Nadihal along with weapons and asked them to drop at South Kashmir and also took away two mobile phones and also threatened not to disclose to anyone.

In this regard FIR no 20 u/s 450, 506 IPC and 7/25 arms act was lodged at PS Panzalla, and investigation taken up.During investigation on technical evidences one panch namely Mehraj u din rather son of Haji Mohd Akbar Rather resident of Minipora Krankshoon Sopore (BJP) was picked called up for questioning and he confessed the commission of crime with three more persons namely, Mohd Saleem Wani son of Gh Rasool Wani resident of Hardpora Achabal Anantnag (Sarpanch), Bashir Ah Lone son of Mohd Shahbhan lone resident of Nadihal and Mohd Dilawar Khwaja son of sonnaulla Khwaja resident of Dachinpora Ruhama.

The spokesperson further said that during course of investigation three persons called for questioning one Mohd Saleem from Anantnag who is also a sarpanch of BJP still at large.

It transpired that Mehraj and Salim had planned to extort money from Lone Traders illegally. Mehraj had contacted Bashir, who further contacted Dilawar for obtaining some imitation weapons for committing the crime.

These have also been recovered during investigation, and further efforts are underway to unearth more linkages, reads the statement.

Kupwara Woman Gives Birth To Triplets, All Girls

Kupwara Woman Gives Birth To Triplets, All Girls

Srinagar, Apr 16: A woman from North Kashmir’s Kupwara district delivered triplets, all girls, hospital sources said.

The 29-year-old woman, wife of Nisar Ahmed, a resident of Lolab Kupwara gave birth to triplets at a private nursing home (Ramzana Hospital) here in Srinagar.

The mother had normal delivery, Dr Asmat Suhail Khanday, the attending doctor said. All babies and their mother were doing fine, she said.

She said it was the second delivery of the woman. Earlier, she had given birth to a baby boy.

Covid-19 Positive Shopkeeper Booked In Bandipora For Violating Home Isolation SOPs

Covid-19 Positive Shopkeeper Booked In Bandipora For Violating Home Isolation SOPs

Bandipora, Apr 16: The authorities in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district Friday booked a shopkeeper and sealed his shop for opening and running his shop despite being Covid-19 positive.

An official told that the shopkeeper was supposed to remain in strict isolation in his home after he tested positive, however, he was found running his own shop in Kaloosa locality of Bandipora.

He said that the authorities immediately swung into action and sealed the shop and booked the person under the provisions of The Disaster Management Act, 2005, and Epidemic Disease Act for violating the Home Isolation norms and endangering the lives of others.

The official also said that the contacts of the patient are currently being tracked.

Soldier Injured In Firing Incident Along LoC In Kupwara

Soldier Injured In Firing Incident Along LoC In Kupwara

Kupwara April 14: A soldier was injured in a firing incident along the Line of Control in north Kashmir’s Kupwara district, sources said on Wednesday.

They said that army personnel manning “Anil Post” which is around 30-33 km from Kupwara observed some suspicious movement and the sentry fired some shots.

One army personnel identified as Jasvir Singh (46) was injured and removed to 92 Base Hospital Srinagar for treatment, the sources said. It was not however known if the soldier sustained the injuries due to fire by suspected infiltrators or due to mistaken firing.

Youth Slips To Death In Gurez Area Of Bandipora District

Youth Slips To Death In Gurez Area Of Bandipora District

Bandipora, Apr 14: A 20-year-old youth slipped to death in Dawar area of Gurez in North Kashmir Bandipora district on Wednesday.

An official told that Muzamil Samoon (20) son of Ghulam Mohammad Samoon, a resident of Khandyal slipped and fell into Kishanganga river at Dawar.

He said that soon after the incident, he was immediately rescued and was shifted to a nearby hospital, where doctors declared him dead on arrival.

“After completion of legal formalities, the body of the deceased was handed over to his relatives for the last rites,” he said.

The official said that police have registered a case in this regard.

Police Denies Any Thrashing In Pattan, Incident Needlessly Created Using Media And Medical Record For Personal Benefit

Police Denies Any Thrashing In Pattan, Incident Needlessly Created Using Media And Medical Record For Personal Benefit

Srinagar, April 13: Police on Tuesday denied allegations of beating any person in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district.

In a statement to , the police said that yesterday police party took a round to secure night curfew after receiving complaints that some hotel/ restaurant owners are violating Govt orders and are running businesses well past the declared time. Since last 4 days continuous announcements were made for observence of Night Curfew and some restaurant owners were specifically advised to adhereto same.

Yesterday again police party talked to owner who instead of complying, started quarreling.
No one was beaten/ thrashed by police and the incident has been needlessly created using media and medical record for personal benefit.

The spokesperson added that, Reports of abuse and unparliamentary language have been received and same are being enquired into shall be dealt as per departmental rules.