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Anantnag town shuts against alleged police highhandedness

Anantnag town shuts against alleged police highhandedness

Srinagar, Oct 7 (UNI) Normal life was today crippled due to a strike against alleged highhandedness of police in main Anantnag town in south Kashmir. Meanwhile, traders held a sit-in protest at Lal Chowk in Anantnag, alleging that some policemen yesterday damaged their shops and thrashed them during an anti-braid chopping protest in the area. Shouting ‘anti-forces’ slogans, the traders demanded immediate action against the accused policemen. “We were not protesting, but the police still came and ransacked some of our shop and thrashed many shopkeepers yesterday in the town,” a protesting trader said. Shops and business establishments were closed since early this morning in main Anantnag town in support of the strike called by local traders’ body against yesterday’s incident. However, reports of normalcy were received from other parts of the district. UNI ABS SB 1350

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