Curfew continues in Pattan
Varmul, Feb 27: Curfew continued for the second day today in two villages of north Kashmir’s Pattan town which witnessed clashes between two groups in which 20 people sustained injuries.
Curfew was imposed in Hagarpora and Kangandora villages of Pattan when clashes broke out on Thursday.
“Peace committees in the affected areas have been formed and district administration is interacting with the members. Ration and other relief items have been distributed among the affected families. The peace committees have assured the district administration of their full support to maintain law and order in these areas,” the deputy commissioner Varmul said in a statement.
He said ration and other relief items have been distributed among the affected families.
“The situation is under control as curfew continues in two villages as a precautionary measure,” Senior Superintendent of Police, Shakeel Ahmad Beg said.
He said there was no report of any untoward incident from the curfew-bound areas.
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