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Jat quota stir: Nine arrested for vandalism at Jind police station

Jind: Police on Monday arrested nine people in connection with arson and vandalism at Uchana Police Station during the 10-day quota agitation by the Jat community.

(File image)

(File image)

The station in-charge, Om Prakash, had on Februray 21 filed a complaint saying that about 125 people indulged in
arson and vandalism the previous evening which resulted in a loss of government property worth over Rs 5.5 lakh.

Police had registered cases against unknown persons and on Monday arrested nine using CCTV footage and other evidences.

SP Abhishek Jorwal said they are trying to trace the hooligans behind the violence using audio and video footage.

Many have been identified. Arrests are being made and nobody involved in the violence would be spared, he said.

PTI


Updated Date: Feb 29, 2016 20:41 PM

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