In Uttar Pradesh, the probe ordered by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav into the violence at the Jawahar Bagh of Mathura, will begin on Sunday, as the Presiding officer of the administrative probe committee and Commissioner of Aligarh, Chandrakant will first visit the spot and take stock of the situation.
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The Commissioner said that if somebody wants to present any evidence or information on the incident, he will be heard.
Meanwhile, a large amount of explosives were found during the search operation on Saturday at Jawahar Bagh where 25 people, including two police officers, were killed following a clash between police and encroachers.
On Saturday, the State government has reportedly raised the compensation to the kin of slain police officers from twenty to fifty lakhs. It also announced that that the kin of the deceased security men will be provided with pension.
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The increase came after the state government was criticized for offering a compensation of only twenty lakh rupees.
To show solidarity with their martyred colleagues, the policemen in nearby districts of Mathura have decided to donate a day’s salary to the families of the two officers killed during the clashes.