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Curfew in Andhra town to sense Anti-Telangana violence

Curfew in Andhra town to sense Anti-Telangana violence

Anti-Telangana-violenceHyderabad: Scenario remained tense in Vizianagaram city of coastal Andhra Sunday despite indefinite curfew obligated by the police sat. night to manage the violence, that bust out once union cabinet’s call to divide the state.

Violating the curfew, individuals in some components of the city took to the streets Sunday morning and pelted stones on policemen. Police resorted to baton charge on a bunch of protestors, primarily the little traders at Kota Junction, away 700 kms. from Hyderabad.

Additional police and paramilitary forces were deployed within the home city of state Congress chief Botsa Satyanarayana, whose properties were broken by the protestors throughout last 2 days, blaming him for the failure to stall state’s division.

With reports of scholars and protestors from Srikakulam and Visakhapatnam reaching the city, the police sealed the entry points. Security was additional tightened at the residences and alternative properties of Satyanarayana and his members of the family.

The curfew was clamped once large-scale violence and burning for the second consecutive day Sat. Oct. 5, 2013. The protestors combust dozens of vehicles, public and personal property. The streets become battle zone with protestors rain stones on policemen at many places.

Police repeatedly baton charged the mob and used teargas shells however this did not check the violence, forcing the authorities to impose curfew.

A police official same anti-social components were indulgence in violence and pillage. He aforesaid the curfew would continue until matters utterly comes in restraint. Police made into custody dozens of individuals pampering in violence.


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