Ruckus in Jharkhand after the death of 1 in bloody clash, police had to fire
Ruckus in Jharkhand after the death of 1 in bloody clash, police had to fire

Ranchi: 28-year-old Rupesh died due to a bloody clash between two groups in mutual enmity in Dulmaha village under Barhi sub-division of Hazaribagh in Jharkhand. At the same time, two other people were seriously injured in the clash. The police had to resort to aerial firing to pacify the miscreants. After this incident, the miscreants set 3 shops on fire.

The atmosphere in Hazaribagh has remained tense due to the arson that took place after the firing. The administration has taken several steps to control the situation. In Hazaribagh, for the last two hours, people are very upset because of the lack of network in the mobile of all the people. The network is not coming up in three districts including Koderma, Giridih, adjoining Hazaribagh. Meanwhile, the two youths injured in the firing are undergoing treatment at the sub-divisional hospital in Barhi. Considering the seriousness of the incident, the local administration took the lead and the police also resorted to aerial firing to disperse the miscreants.  

The violence-affected areas have been converted into cantonments by the police to handle the situation. During this time, the police also resorted to aerial firing and security forces have been deployed at the spot on a large scale to maintain law and order. The police captain of the district and other high officials along with other high officials are camping in the village.

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