Thrashing of a shopkeeper and damaging vehicles spark protest against Army in South Kashmir hamlet

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By Fast Kashmir on 24/03/2018.

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Pulwama, Mar 24: The vandalizing of public property and thrashing of a shopkeeper sparked a protest in Mandora hamlet of Tral town in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district.

Reports said locals staged a massive protest and blocked the road demanding stern action against soldiers responsible for intimidating locals.

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The protesters alleged that army soldiers thrashed a local and vandalized private property including vehicles in the village.

Locals said that Army assaulted a shopkeeper without any provocation and later damaged vehicles.

The protesters raised pro-freedom and anti-army slogans.

A police official said that they are ascertain the facts.(CNS)