Was Abdul Malik also involved in Haldwani violence? Big News by Source – India TV Hindi

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6 people have died in Haldwani violence so far.

Haldwani: A curfew has been lifted on the outskirts of the violence-hit Haldwani city in Uttarakhand, but it will remain in force in the Banbholpura area, where a mob set arson and vandalized an illegal seminary on Thursday after demolishing it. Meanwhile, according to sources, there is a big news about the perpetrators of the violence. According to sources, the police are looking for Abdul Malik, one of the perpetrators of the murder. The administration is also ascertaining the legal status of the houses from where the stone pelting incidents took place.

The search for Abdul Malik continues

Giving an update on the Haldwani violence, Nainital SP Prahalad Narayan Meena said that a total of 3 FIRs have been registered. He said that five people have been arrested so far in this case and the search for Abdul Malik is on. The SP said that the search for Abdul Malik is continuing. He said that the police station was targeted with complete planning, and people are being traced based on CCTV. The SP said that we are investigating the matter only after that we will be able to tell who is the real conspirator.

Abdul occupied the lands illegally!

Let us tell you that a total of 6 people were killed in the violence in Haldwani, while more than 60 people were injured. Police are looking for Abdul Malik, one of the masterminds of the violence. It is alleged that Abdul Malik occupied the lands illegally and sold them illegally. The place in Banbholpura where the encroachment was carried out is also known as ‘Milk Ka Bagh’. Along with this, the administration is also investigating what is the legal status of the houses from which stones were thrown.

Shops opened in the suburbs, but schools closed

Let me tell you that shops in the outskirts of the city are open on Saturday but schools are closed. Additional Director General of Police (ADG), Law and Order a. P. Anshuman has camped at Haldwani. The ADG said that 5 persons involved in the violence have been arrested and 3 FIRs have been registered. Internet service is suspended to prevent the spread of rumors on social media. The situation in Haldwani turned so bad that during the violence, locals pelted stones and hurled petrol bombs at the municipal corporation officials and the police.

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