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Violence is on in Vizianagaram city

Violence is on in Vizianagaram city

Vizianagaram_AndhraPradesh-violenceHyderabad: Violence is still on in Vizianagaram city in coastal Andhra Sunday despite indefinite curfew obligatory by police to tackle violent protests, that stony-broke out when union cabinet’s call to divide the state.

Violating the curfew, folks in some components of the city took to the streets, clashed with police and indulged in incendiarism and stone successiveness.

Police discharged rubber bullets, teargas shells and dispensed to baton charge as protestors as well as ladies attacked them with stones at few places within the city, regarding 700 kilometre from Hyderabad.

Two policemen sustained injuries in stone successiveness by protestors. Despite the curfew, the agitators attacked Satya faculty closely-held by state Congress chief Botsa Satyanarayana and pillaged piece of furniture.

Protestors are damaging the properties of Satyanarayana and his relatives, blaming him for failure to stall the state’s division.

Security was any tightened at the residences and different properties of Satyanarayana and his members of the family.

With violence continued within the fort city, paramilitary forces were deployed. Personnel of Central Reserve law enforcement agency (CRPF), fast Action Force (RAF) and Border private security force (BSF) were patrolling the streets.

Special officer Vikram Singh Mann same the police would deal firmly with those violating curfew. He aforesaid anti-social parts were pampering in violence and robbery.

The official aforesaid the curfew would continue until true matters comes in restraint. Police in remission dozens of individuals pampering in violence.

The curfew was clamped when large-scale violence and combustion for the second consecutive day weekday. The protestors set ablaze dozens of vehicles, public and personal property. The streets become battle zone with protestors successiveness stones on policemen at many places.

Police repeatedly baton-charged the mob and used teargas shells however this didn’t check the violence, forcing the authorities to impose curfew.

Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy has directed police to deal firmly with anti-social parts destroying government and personal properties.

As protests continued in Seemandhra (Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra) against the choice to divide the state, the chief minister reviewed the law and order state of affairs.

He asked Chief Secretary and director general of police to closely monitor matters with district collectors and superintendents of police. He directed officers to get on alert and to confirm that no untoward incident takes place.


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