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Police summon principal, 47 SF personnel injured in clashes
5/14/2019 1:02:00 AM
S Tahir-ul Haq
Early Times Report
SRINAGAR, May 13: The rape of a minor girl in Bandipora district last week, sparked violent clashes in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Monday in which 47 security personnel including an officer were injured.
A police spokesman said that miscreants staged protests and pelted stones on the security forces deployed on National Highway at Mirgund, Chainabal, Harthrath, Singhpora, Jheel bridge, Kripalpora Payeen, and Hanjiwera, areas of district Baramulla, resulting in injuries to 47 forces personnel including an Assistant Commandant of SSB’s 2nd Bn who was hit on his head.
“Utmost restraint was maintained by the forces on ground. However seven miscreants got injured who are all stable statement,” said the spokesman.
A shutdown was observed in north Kashmir’s Sopore town in wake of the call given by a Shia group Itehadul Muslimeen against the rape of the 3-year old girl in Sumbal last week.
Eyewitness said shops and other business establishments were closed in Sopore and its outskirts while traffic was thin on roads.
Meanwhile, police on Monday summoned Principal of a private school for issuing an alleged fake date of birth (DoB) certificate to the accused youth Tahir Ahmad Mir.
A senior police official of Bandipora district has said they have to check the authenticity of the DoB that has been issued by the Principal of Islamia Educational Trust (IET) Trigam. Sources said the police are probing whether the certificate is genuine or illegal.
Police on Saturday had said that it has constituted a Special Investigating Team (SIT) to probe the rape of the minor girl in Sumbal area. The SIT comprises of SDPO Sumbal, SHO Sumbal and senior PO.
The police have already arrested the accused and an FIR number 81/2019 under sections 363/342/376 stand registered against him at police station Sumbal

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