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Miscreants resort to stone pelting, SF exercise restraint
2 DySPs among several cops injured
4/19/2019 12:08:14 AM
Early Times Report

Srinagar, Apr 18: As the polling for Srinagar Parliamentary constituency was going on Thursday, several incidents of stone pelting on security forces and polling staffs were reported.
During the election process, security forces came under severe stone pelting from miscreants who had congregated at various places.
However security forces while dealing with such hostile stone pelting mobs exercised utmost restraint.
Consequently, several police and security force personnel including 2 DySPs and several other sustained injuries.
In another incident of stone pelting at Hyderpora, a civilian driver identified as Mohammad Yaseen Dar aged 22 years sustained critical injuries in his head. He is undergoing treatment at a hospital and his condition is stated to be critical.
Security forces exercised utmost restraint while dealing with hostile stone pelting mobs and it was due this that the polling process concluded peacefully today.
The administration urged people to cooperate with the officials and allow them to discharge their lawful duties of conducting poll in a peaceful manner and elements involved in such unlawful activities shall be strictly dealt under law.
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