Jammu, February 15 :Massive clashes erupted in Gujjar Nagar area of Jammu amid protesters torching vehicles on the roads. Authorities Have imposed curfew.
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According to news report protesters marched towards Gujjar Nagar and torched vehicles on the road.
“More than 80 vehicles have been vandalised and 8 vehicles have been set ablaze,” eyewitnesses said. JCCI had called for a shutdown in Jammu against the deadly attack on CRPF in Pulwama district.
The shutdown was supported by Jammu bar Association as well. Reports said that a large contingent of forces has laid cordon over Gujjar Nagar and is trying to control the situation.
“The situation is almost out of control,” reports said. Officials confirmed that they have ordered imposition of curfew in Gujjar Nagar to control the situation.