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         Posted on :11:58:34 Apr 16, 2018
       Last edited on:11:58:34 Apr 16, 2018
         Tags: Fake hartal, Kathua rape, Clash, Kasargod

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM/KANNUR: Clashes broke out in certain parts of the state following the news of fake hartal in the state spread through social media protesting the rape and murder of the eight-year old girl in Kathua in J&K.

Shops were forced to close down in certain parts of the state. Stone pelting against buses were also reported in some areas.

Shops were forced to close down in Nedumangad in Thiruvananthapuram, whereas clashes were staged in some parts of Kasargod. People took to two groups and clashed in Manjeswaram, and the police had to resort to lathi charge and grenade to disperse the clashing crowd.

A KSRTC driver seriously injured his eyes in the stone pelting against the bus in Kumbala. This was followed by cars, buses and auto rickshaws staying out of roads since early morning.

The two groups in Manjeswaram clashed near the police station by about 10.00 pm on Sunday. The clash began with a group of people reaching a shop and asking the shop owner to close down the shop saying that hartal has been declared on Monday. Stones were pelted against the shop when the owner refused to comply. Soon, a group of men led by BJP members reached the spot and alleged that stones were pelted against a Hindu temple nearby and the two groups engaged in violent clash.

Though a team of police led by Manjeswaram SI Anoop Kumar tried to contain the clash, their attempt failed, following which other police units led by Kumbala CI K Premsadan, and Vidya Nagar CI Babu Peringethu arrived at the spot and unleashed lathi charge on the clashing crowd. Stones were also pelted against the police force in which two police officers including an SI got seriously injured.

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