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Prohibitory order promulgated in some localities following clash

Jehanabad, Oct 10 (UNI) Jehanabad district administration promulgated prohibitory order in few localities here today following clash between two groups.
Police said here that some miscreants pelted stones on the procession of another group in Panch locality infuriating members of that particular group. The anguished group torched more than 10 shops even as over 20 people injured in stone pelting from both sides. The tension was prevailing in Arwal roundabout, Fida Hussain Road, Gareria Khand and Raja Bazar localities in the aftermath of clash between two groups.
Sources said, district magistrate and police superintendent rushed to the spot on the receipt of information about the clash. Section 144 of Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) had been imposed in view of the tensed situation prevailing in certain localities of the district town. Rapid Action Force (RAF) jawans were camping in the tensed areas.
Meanwhile, senior police superintendent Pankaj Kumar said that the matter had been pacified. He said adequate number of police personnel had been deployed in sensitive areas to maintain peace.
"Situation is completely under control," SSP added.
He also appealed people not to pay any heed to rumours adding trouble mongers would be sent to jail by identifying them with the help of recording of CCTV cameras.
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