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Section 144 Imposed in Jammu After Police, Sikh Community Clash

After a violent clash between members of the Sikh community and the police in Jammu, the authorities have imposed Section 144 in the city, restricting the assembly of more than four people.

Published: 05th June 2015 09:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th June 2015 09:37 AM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

JAMMU: After a violent clash between members of the Sikh community and the police in Jammu, the authorities have imposed Section 144 in the city, restricting the assembly of more than four people.

“On the directions of higher authorities, Section 144 has been imposed in the whole district. The situation is under control and the flag march has also taken place. The army has also been kept on standby,” Additional Deputy Commissioner, Rifat Kohli told ANI.

“Section 144 has been imposed, which restricts the assembly of more than four people at a time. Keeping in view the situation, all the schools and colleges will remain shut,” she added.

On Thursday, at least one civilian was killed and 25 persons, including some policemen, were injured when members of Sikh community clashed with police in Satwari area of Jammu.

According to reports, the clashes erupted when people, protesting the removal of a hoarding, turned violent.



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