Protest against mischief outside masjid in Ganderbal
Culprits identified: Police
Ganderbal, July 21: Protests were held in Ganderbal on Sunday following mischief outside a masjid at Saloora area here by some unidentified persons. However, police claimed it was the handiwork of some drug addicts who have been identified and would be arrested soon.
After hearing about the incident, the inhabitants of Saloora and its adjoining areas took to streets and staged protest. Reports said security forces used batons and fired several teargas canisters to disperse protesters at Benhama Lar and Nunar Dudarhama.
Superintendent of Police Ganderbal Shahid Meraj said investigation into the case has been started. “We are gathering evidence and efforts are on to crack the case at the earliest,” the SP said.
Meanwhile a police spokesman in a statement said initial investigations reveal that two drug addicts of the village are involved in the act.
“Today morning the residents of Saloora Ganderbal informed police regarding an incident of mischief in a masjid. Police immediately reached the spot and assured the people that the miscreants behind the mischief will be brought to book. A case was registered and investigation has been started,” the statement added.
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