Karna, a native of Jawari village, plays cricket with his teammates on a field in the village. Over the past few days some youths from Gurjar village have been accused of not being allowed to play cricket.
The woman was shot in the leg.
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Karna, a native of Jawari village, plays cricket with his teammates on a field in the village. Over the past few days some youths from Gurjar village have been accused of not being allowed to play cricket. The matter was disputed on Friday. On that side the people towards Gurjar severely beat Karna and his companions. Somehow he managed to save his life and escaped from there. The accused, however, pelted his house with stones. A terrifying atmosphere prevailed in the village with the onslaught of stones. The two factions started throwing stones at each other. After that there was gunfire from one side.
Villagers said about 50 rounds of gunfire were fired. The villagers panicked when they heard the sound of gunfire and hid in their houses. Meanwhile, Mithilesh and Kela Devi from the village sustained bullet wounds to their legs. The villagers informed the police that no untoward incidents had taken place in the village. Receiving the information, Kankarakheda police reached the village. Seeing the police, the accused took the opportunity of darkness and fled. Police rushed the injured to a private hospital for treatment. According to Mithlesh’s complaint, a case has been registered against Krishna, Nitin, Shobhit, Bobby, Pankaj, Manish and ten other unidentified persons on behalf of the victim.
Police raided the village based on Tahrir. But, none were found. At the same time police forces were deployed for security in the village. A fierce atmosphere prevailed in the village with the shooting and stone pelting incident. Even after the police arrived, the villagers did not dare to come out of their houses. With the tongue suppressed, some villagers reported the matter to the police. Police have launched an investigation into the incident. The police station said Tahrir had received it. Stirring for the accused. The accused will be taken into custody soon. At the same time police forces were deployed in the village.
The atmosphere was chaotic for an hour
A cricket match in Jawari village was marred by stone pelting and gunfire following an altercation late on Friday. The atmosphere in the village was chaotic for about an hour. Clashes and stone pelting started from the Gujjar side. The accused then opened fire to put pressure on Karnu. This created an atmosphere of panic in the village for an hour. The shopkeepers closed the shop and went home as the villagers hid in the houses. There was silence in the streets for almost an hour. The villagers dared to go out and could not convince both sides. The villagers panicked with the arrival of the police and after a long time the villagers came out of their houses.
A big accident could have happened
Two women, Mitlesh and Kela Devi, were shot in the leg during a midnight stone-throwing and shooting incident in Jawari village. Fortunately, in the dark the shooter was unable to hit his target. Otherwise a big accident would have happened. The incident angered the villagers. The villagers alleged that the people in the village were displaying arrogance towards the Gurjars. Demanded that strict action be taken. He wanted similar incidents in the village not to be repeated. At the same time, the families of the injured women were in a state of panic and the situation of the families was dire.
A scuffle broke out between children while playing cricket in Jwari village. In the evening the gentlemen clashed. A woman was reportedly shot in the head during the shooting. The case is being registered. The accused will be arrested soon. Ashish Sharma, CO Dourala