Now burglary troubles Palhallan

Greater Kashmir

The affected shopkeepers include two black smiths. They were robbed of around 6 iron gates and tin sheets.

The traders at Palhallan this morning observed a shutdown against the alleged burglary in the area on Friday night.

According to reports, as the traders in the area decided to open their business establishments on Saturday morning, they were surprised to see that some of the shops in the area had been looted.

 

The affected shopkeepers include two black smiths. They  were robbed of around 6 iron gates and tin sheets.

 

Besides shopkeepers, some of the residents in the area alleged that their houses had suffered damage during the clashes between the protesters and the police.

 

They alleged that the forces deployed in the area had deliberately attacked the residential houses during the five days of uncertainty in the area.

 

"We want to know who had looted our shops during the night hours when entire area was under the control of forces" said Ashiq Hussain, a trader.

 

Latter Deputy commissioner Baramulla and Senior superintendent of police visited the area and assured the people that if any resident had suffered damage during clashes, he will be duly compensated.