PM's Effigy Burnt by Jat Protesters Outside V K Singh Residence

A group of protesters blocked Hapur-Chungi intersection in the afternoon, Salman Taz Patil, City superintendent of police said.

Published: 21st February 2016 10:08 PM  |   Last Updated: 21st February 2016 10:11 PM   |  A+A-


GHAZIABAD: Jat protesters today burnt theeffigy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi outside the residenceof Minister of State For External Affairs and Union minister VK Singh.

Manvir Singh, the district president of RLD, leding agroup of agitators who burnt an effigy of Prime MinisterNarendra Modi outside the residence V K Singh, the local MP.

The ongoing Jat stir for reservation today spread to the district. Protesters blocked several road intersections and railway tracks, sources said.

A group of protesters blocked Hapur-Chungi intersection in the afternoon, Salman Taz Patil, City superintendent of police said.

The traffic was diverted from Dasna toll plaza towards NH-24 Lal Quan-Vijay Nagar by-pass.

Rapid Action Force (RAF) and PAC was deployed at SoniyaVihar Ganga Canal water regulator near Abupur village ofMuradnagar in anticipation of possible disruption of watersupply to Delhi by protesters, Rajesh Pandey,Superintendent of police (rural) said.

A group of protesters belonging to Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) blocked the Delhi-Meerut railway track near Duhai village.

Police reached there and persuaded the protesters to clearthe railway track.

In Loni Jat protesters led by Jagmer Singh Dhama of JatSabha blocked vehicular traffic on Delhi-Sahranpur road for an hour.

Traffic was diverted from Loni tri-section towards Teela Shahbazpur, said Pandey.

District Magistrate Vimal Kumar Sharma said no untoward incident was reported in the district.

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