HUNGAMA AT PARTY
Srinagar, May 21: The family of a middle rung bureaucrat on Saturday evening staged protests against him, when he threw a party at prominent hotel in the City.
Eyewitnesses told Greater Kashmir that three children of the official from his first wife zeroed in at the party. The children holding placards “We want Justice” were seeking maintenance charges from their father.
“He has not been supporting us financially,” they alleged.
But the protests took an ugly scene, when a senior medico thrashed one of the protesting girl’s in presence of scores of people.
Fearing that his act would invite trouble he at once fled from the spot. But the Hungama continued for over an hour till the guests and the protesters dispersed.
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