Kathua rape-n-murder: Police fire tear gas, water canons to chase away student protesters in Baramulla


Police on Tuesday fired tear gas and water canons to disperse girl students protesting against the gangrape-and-murder of a minor girl in Kathua earlier this year.
Reports said that scores of girl students of women’s college Baramulla after finishing their classes staged a protest at tehsil road today afternoon.
The protesting students were demanding justice to Kathua victim.
Police fired tear gas and water canons after the protesters refused to disperse off peacefully.

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