Duktaran-e-Millat’s chief Asiya Andrabi arrested


Police Tuesday kept separatist gathering Duktaran-e-Millat’s director, Asiya Andrabi, from the old city while blaming her for inciting adolescents to enjoy viciousness. Local people said Andrabi was confined from Habba Kadal’s Kral Khud alongside a couple others.

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The police said 57 individuals were captured from various parts of Kashmir Valley in the most recent 24 hours and faulted dissidents for setting ablaze two auto-rickshaws for disregarding the strike call given by separatists.

Aside from two occurrences of pyro-crime reported from Srinagar and a stray episode of stone pelting in Bandipore, the circumstance stayed quiet on Tuesday, the police said. “Shops in a few sections of the city were open and countless were in the city.

Scores of vehicles were out in the fundamental towns and on the entomb locale streets of the Valley,” a police representative said. The authority said scalawags, trying to irritate the circumstance, set ablaze two auto-rickshaws — at Bhagwanpora, Kral Khud, and at Rainawari close Polytechnic College, Saidakadal. “Police are scanning for those included,” the authority said.

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