SRTC employees seek action against attackers
Varmul, Feb 13: The employees of the State Road Transport Corporation Varmul on Friday lodged a protest against the assault carried out against its employees and the property of the corporation.
According to a complaint lodged by the SRTC employees, some persons attacked the office of the corporation on Friday at about 11.30am, when the employees were fencing a portion of the SRTC bus stand where two illegal structures have come up in past and were mysteriously gutted down on February 10.
“We decided to fence this land so that illegal structure won’t come up again in future. But we were attacked by some eight persons,” said president of the SRTC employees association Varmul.
He further added that the land belongs to the State Road Transport Corporation under khasra No 20.9/ 1672, 2011/ 1673 and 1674.
Police has registered FIR No. 36 under section 148, 149, 392, 427, 332 against the persons involved in the assault and arrested four persons.
SSP Varmul Shakeel Ahmad Beigh said manhunt had been launched to arrest the other persons involved in the assault. He further added that the structures were illegally constructed by some persons as they failed to produce the legal document of these structures.
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