Karauli Violence: Police extends curfew till April 7, will get 2 hours relaxation every day

Karauli | Karauli Violence: After the violence that broke out in Karauli district of Rajasthan, there is still a situation of tension. Due to which the administration has extended the curfew imposed after the violence on April 2 in the area till April 7. Simultaneously, the internet service also came to a standstill. The police is now looking for the miscreants who spread the violence. In the CCTV footage, the miscreants are seen wearing masks and clothes on the face.

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Curfew relaxed by 2 hours every day
Karauli Violence: District DM Rajendra Singh Shekhawat said about the violence that, the current situation is not normal as per law and order, so the curfew period is extended till 7 April. However, during this period, relaxation in curfew has been allowed to government employees, court employees and students appearing for the examination. Along with this, a relaxation of two hours will be given every day in the presence of the police for milk, vegetables, and essential items.

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Arrested accused on two-day police remand
In the case of violent incident in Karauli, the police have so far arrested 13 accused, who were presented in the local court on Monday. The court has sent the accused on police remand for two days.

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Many vehicles and shops were set on fire during the violence.
Let us tell you that on the occasion of Hindu New Year in Karauli on Saturday, some mischievous elements pelted stones at the bike rally of Hindu organizations. After which violence broke out in both the communities and there was a lot of arson and stone pelting in the area. In which many vehicles and shops were set on fire.

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