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Jammu on boil as Sikh protestors clash with police
Police had also removed posters about a programme organised in Sikh-dominated Rani Bagh area to commemorate the anniversary. But soon groups of angry Sikhs, mainly youth, took to the streets attacking policemen with sticks and kirpans. (Photo: PTI)
Police had also removed posters about a programme organised in Sikh-dominated Rani Bagh area to commemorate the anniversary. But soon groups of angry Sikhs, mainly youth, took to the streets attacking policemen with sticks and kirpans. (Photo: PTI)
During the clashes, In-charge Gadigarh Police Post Sub Inspector Arun Sharma was stabbed by one of the agitating youth, causing him serious injuries. In the stone pelting, SHO Satwari Inspector Kulbir Singh Choudhary and two other policemen were
During the clashes, In-charge Gadigarh Police Post Sub Inspector Arun Sharma was stabbed by one of the agitating youth, causing him serious injuries. In the stone pelting, SHO Satwari Inspector Kulbir Singh Choudhary and two other policemen were
Groups of slogan-chanting Sikh youth again took to the streets on Thursday, triggering fresh clashes. Officials said the police had to open fire to quell a violent mob which attacked them with kirpans and lathis at Gadigarh, eight km from Jammu city
Groups of slogan-chanting Sikh youth again took to the streets on Thursday, triggering fresh clashes. Officials said the police had to open fire to quell a violent mob which attacked them with kirpans and lathis at Gadigarh, eight km from Jammu city
Police and CRPF reinforcements have been rushed in as clashes between groups of irate Sikh youth and police have spread to several areas in Satwari belt on the outskirts of the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir during past two days. (Photo: PTI)
Police and CRPF reinforcements have been rushed in as clashes between groups of irate Sikh youth and police have spread to several areas in Satwari belt on the outskirts of the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir during past two days. (Photo: PTI)
The Sikh protesters in Jammu have blocked the Jammu- Pathankot National Highway over previous day's clash with the police.(Photo: PTI)
The Sikh protesters in Jammu have blocked the Jammu- Pathankot National Highway over previous day's clash with the police.(Photo: PTI)
Though the situation was soon brought under control and an uneasy calm prevailed in the area, the Sikh community accused the police of removing the posters of the proposed programme that had appeared in the area afresh earlier on Thursday. (Photo:
Though the situation was soon brought under control and an uneasy calm prevailed in the area, the Sikh community accused the police of removing the posters of the proposed programme that had appeared in the area afresh earlier on Thursday. (Photo:
Protests were also held in Kashmir besides Poonch, Rajouri and other parts of Jammu region on Friday over the death of a youth in clashes that erupted in Jammu. (Photo: PTI)
Protests were also held in Kashmir besides Poonch, Rajouri and other parts of Jammu region on Friday over the death of a youth in clashes that erupted in Jammu. (Photo: PTI)
In Jammu, protests were held in various areas like Digiana, Gangyal, Canal, Tallab Tilloo, Rehari, Bakshinagar, Narwal and Gole Gujral areas. Groups of protestors blocked the Jammu-Pathakote highway and burnt tyres. (Photo: PTI)
In Jammu, protests were held in various areas like Digiana, Gangyal, Canal, Tallab Tilloo, Rehari, Bakshinagar, Narwal and Gole Gujral areas. Groups of protestors blocked the Jammu-Pathakote highway and burnt tyres. (Photo: PTI)
Streets of Jammu wore a deserted look and business establishments remained closed. Mobile and internet services were also suspended in Jammu. Schools and colleges in several districts of the region were closed. (Photo: PTI)
Streets of Jammu wore a deserted look and business establishments remained closed. Mobile and internet services were also suspended in Jammu. Schools and colleges in several districts of the region were closed. (Photo: PTI)
Authorities had clamped Section 144 of CrPC, which bars gathering of more than four persons at a place, in the entire Jammu district and curfew like situation prevailed in violence-hit areas of Satwari-Ranibagh-Gadigarh-R S Pura belt and elsewhere
Authorities had clamped Section 144 of CrPC, which bars gathering of more than four persons at a place, in the entire Jammu district and curfew like situation prevailed in violence-hit areas of Satwari-Ranibagh-Gadigarh-R S Pura belt and elsewhere
Streets of Jammu wore a deserted look and business establishments remained closed. Mobile and internet services were also suspended in Jammu. Schools and colleges in several districts of the region were closed. (Photo: PTI)
Streets of Jammu wore a deserted look and business establishments remained closed. Mobile and internet services were also suspended in Jammu. Schools and colleges in several districts of the region were closed. (Photo: PTI)