Demolition turns violent
DSP AMONG 6 INJURED
Srinagar, Oct 12: Atleast six persons including a DSP were injured when the demolition drive of the Lakes and Waterways Development Authority (LAWDA) turned violent at Saida Kadal Wednesday.
Officials said the trouble erupted when the LAWDA’s demolition squad led by its Enforcement Officer Farhat Jeelani reached Saida Kadal to demolish a concrete workshop on the banks of Dal lake.
Officials said however, the unscrupulous persons attacked the LAWDA squad with stones injuring DSP Farhat Jeelani and six members of the demolition squad.
“Despite stiff resistance, we managed to demolish the illegal structure. An FIR has been lodged against the offenders,” the LAWDA officials said.
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