Rangers, police raid offices of banned nationalist party in Hyderabad

HYDERABAD: Rangers and Police raided the offices of a banned nationalist organisation in connection with a cracker attack on 14th August which injured five people, ARY News reported.

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They also raided various parts of the city including at the Abdullah Centre located in Qasimabad area and cordoned off the area. They searched the office of a nationalist organisation located there but did not make any arrests.

In another raid located in the same, a suspect person was arrested and was transferred to undisclosed location for further interrogation.

At least five people were injured in a cracker attack at Sakhi Abdul Wahab bridge during Independence Day celebrations. A case was lodged against unknown people by government counsel and subsequent investigations are currently underway.

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