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Group clash victim dies, kin refuse to take body

DNAHM113868 | 7/17/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :377

Bharwad community wants Rs10 lakh compensation for victims’ families, resignation of Home minister Pradipsinh Jadeja

Ahmedabad: The death toll in the violent clashes between members of Bharwad and Darbar communities in Morbi and Surendranagar districts rose to three after one more person from Bharwad community succumbed to his injuries at Asarwa Civil Hospital on Sunday.
The deceased, Khetabhai Bharwad, a resident of Chitrodi village, had sustained injuries from swords and other sharp-edged weapons in the group clash on July 13. Angry relatives and members of the Bharwad community have refused to accept his body till their demands are not met. The community has demanded Rs10 lakh compensation for families of each of the deceased. They also want state Home minister Pradipsinh Jadeja, a member of the Darbar community, to take moral respons
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