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Karauli Violence Case: Curfew extended till 7th April in Karauli, DM issued order saying- situation is not normal now

During the riots and arson in Karauli on Saturday, houses along with shops were also set on fire. The constable of Karauli Kotwali police station, who saved the lives of four people from the house, has been given the gift of promotion to the post of head constable.

There was arson after the ruckus in Karauli (file photo).

Violence took place on Saturday in Karauli district of Rajasthan.Karauli violence) Curfew in the district after the case (Curfew Extended) has been exceeded. District Collector (Karauli District MagistrateRajendra Singh Shekhawat told that at present, efforts are being made to maintain peace and order in Karauli. Nevertheless, the curfew has been extended till the midnight of 7 April, so that no kind of incident should be carried out by anti-social elements. The Collector held a meeting with the enlightened people of the district on Monday evening and appealed to restore peace.

During this, the District Collector also administered the oath of restoration of peace to the enlightened people of the district. Regional MLA Lakhan Singh, District Superintendent of Police Shailendra Singh Indolia, former Superintendent of Police Mridal Kachhawa, officials of various political parties and enlightened people of Hindu Muslim society were present in the meeting. Meanwhile, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot praised the work of constable Netresh Sharma (31) of Karauli Kotwali police station, who saved the lives of four people from a house that caught fire in Karauli on Saturday and gifted him promotion to the post of head constable. Gave. Gehlot said in a phone conversation with Constable Sharma, “The way you have done this work by risking your life is commendable. You deserve to be congratulated for the courage you showed.

CM congratulates the constable who saved the lives of four people

Gehlot spoke to constable Netresh Sharma, who saved the lives of four people while performing his duty in Karauli, and congratulated him. Along with this, it has been decided to promote Netresh to the post of head constable. He said that the work of Netresh, who did his duty without caring about his life, is commendable. It is noteworthy that during the riots and arson in Karauli on Saturday, houses along with shops were also set on fire. A house was also burning between lac shops on both sides, in which along with innocent children, their mother and another woman were also trapped. Both the women had lost hope of living, but constable Netresh Sharma helped them by becoming an angel.

Meanwhile, the Rajasthan unit of Popular Front of India has made a big claim regarding the Karauli violence. PFI Rajasthan claimed in a press conference in Jaipur on Monday that they had written a letter to CM Ashok Gehlot and DGP ML Lather, warning about such an incident but due to the apathy of the government and administration, this level of violence in Karauli was reported. The incident happened.

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