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Miscreants Damage 30 Cars in Violence-hit Mandsaur, Police on the Lookout

In a shocking incident some miscreants went about smashing windshields of about 30 cars during the early hours on Wednesday in Mandsaur district.

Vivek Trivedi, Manoj Sharma

Updated:June 28, 2017, 8:13 PM IST
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Miscreants Damage 30 Cars in Violence-hit Mandsaur, Police on the Lookout
The miscreants, riding bikes, smashed windshields of 30 cars, parked outside homes, in different areas, including Railway Station road, Shukla Colony, Gol Chowraha and others (TV Grab)
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Mandsaur: In a shocking incident some miscreants went about smashing windshields of about 30 cars during the early hours on Wednesday in Mandsaur district.

Though there are conflicting reports about the number of cars.

The incident has generated a fresh wave of panic among the locals in violence-hit Mandsaur - the epicentre of the recent farmers’ agitation.

The miscreants, riding bikes, smashed windshields of 30 cars, parked outside homes, in different areas, including Railway Station road, Shukla Colony, Gol Chowraha and others. The act was caught on CCTV cameras installed in various houses.

The footage shows bike-borne miscreants reaching households and speeding away after smashing windshields of cars.

The police remained busy tracing the perpetrators in the morning.

Superintendent of Police Manoj Singh said,"Glass panes of over 30 cars have been shattered by unknown miscreants somewhere between 3 to 4 am. The police are looking for the miscreants on the basis of CCTV footage.”

Some groups protested outside police station demanding arrest of the perpetrators. The public also staged demonstrations at various squares against the incident and only retreated after senior police officers pacified them.

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| Edited by: Ananya Chakraborty
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