Violence breaks out in Bhaderwah after one person killed in firing; family alleges slain victim of cow vigilantism

Bhaderwah: Curfew was Thursday imposed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bhaderwah Valley pursuing violent protests induced by the killing of a man or woman in a firing incident, police explained.

While officers ended up attempting to determine the motive driving the firing incident, family of the deceased Nayeem alleged he was a victim of cow vigilantism, law enforcement explained.

Nevertheless, the other side associated in the incident claimed they opened fireplace immediately after they found the two gentlemen roaming under suspicious conditions on Wednesday evening, police reported.

Before long right after the incident, a loved ones of the deceased attacked the Bhaderwah law enforcement station, broken five motor vehicles and established afire a 3-wheeler, they claimed.

Police utilized batons and teargas to quell the mob.

“One person with the name of Nayeem was coming from Chatergala facet. When he achieved a spot in close proximity to Nalti space, he was killed and a different human being received splinter injuries (in firing)”, IGP Jammu Zone, M K Sinha informed PTI.

“The problem is tense but under manage. Curfew has been imposed in the town”, IGP stated.

Police have detained 7 persons in relationship with the case, they mentioned.

World-wide-web providers have been blocked in the district.

Bhaderwah is a communally sensitive district.

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