SANGAREDDY: Sangareddy is limping back to normalcy after the clashes. People have started coming out of their houses on Sunday after keeping themselves confined indoors for the last three days.
But police are continuing with their precautionary measures to prevent unsocial elements from disturbing peace in the town.
The Sec 144 which has been clamped since the wee hours of March 29 is still continuing. Curfew was imposed after two groups clashed on March 29 midnight. The groups even resorted to arson.
Police are preventing youths from entering the old bus station premises and wielding their lathis on suspected persons.
The curfew, which was clamped from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday was lifted after 8 a.m. On Sunday in view of the Rama Navami celebrations.
But curfew was again imposed from 6 p.m. and it will be in force till 7 a.m. on Monday. However, even after lifting of curfew, many shops did not open on Sunday morning. Police made the announcement of relaxing the curfew but shop owners did not dare to open the shutters.