People asked to provide pics or videos of vandals who damaged property during the stir
Chandigarh : No untoward incident was reported from anywhere in Haryana on Thursday where life was fast returning to normalcy even as the people in violence-hit districts were asked to provide photo, video or other evidence of vandals who damaged property during the Jat quota agitation.
Peace and normalcy was returning to the state and no untoward incident was reported from anywhere on Thursday, officials said. Twenty eight people were killed and over 200 injured in the Jat quota agitation in Haryana. While vehicular traffic had resumed on various routes which had remained blocked due to the quota agitation, train services from Delhi to Chandigarh have also resumed their normal operations, an official spokesman said.
“The damaged railway lines at Rajlu Garhi railway station in Sonipat district have been repaired to resume rail services between Delhi and Chandigarh. However, minor repair work was still being carried out on the railway line,” he added. Jhajjar’s Deputy Commissioner, Anita Yadav, has asked the people of her district to provide video, photo or other material related to those agitators who indulged in violence/vandalism. The video/photos can be provided to the district administration, the DC said, while pointing out it would prove immensely helpful in the investigation process. Any such video, photo or other material related to agitation in the Jhajjar district could be sent to district administration either on WhatsApp number 8199820068 or through email id firstname.lastname@example.org, the DC said. −PTI
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