Commotion at Aberdeen Bazar after murder of Teylerabad resident

Report by: 
Port Blair
17 Nov 2017

Commotion at Aberdeen bazaar caused gridlocks which left commuters exasperated on Friday after two separate incidents in different parts of the city. The cascading effect of the chakka jam was witnessed at the Clock Tower area from 4.30 pm after which agitated people assembled at Police Station, Aberdeen, demanding immediate arrest of the accused in both the incidents, said sources.
In the first incident, a resident of Teylerabad identified as Shiva Raj Pandian, son of Pandian, aged around 27 years, employed as a bar manager, was attacked by unidentified person(s) at Garacharma at around 2.30 pm today. He was rushed to GB Pant Hospital where he succumbed to serious head injuries at around 3 pm. Agitated villagers of Teylerabad then resorted to chakka jam in the Clock Tower area of Aberdeen bazaar area demanding immediate arrest of the accused.
As per sources, two village groups of Teylerabad clashed with each other a few months back after a local Kabaddi match. In retaliation to the incident, some unidentified person(s) attacked Shiva, who was married recently, with an iron rod causing his death. The Police have reportedly registered a case under relevant sections of law.
In another incident, a group of youngsters clashed with each other near Junglighat school on Friday. The PCR was immediately called at the spot by people present at the spot after which the situation was brought under control. However, minutes after the PCR left the spot, around three to four bikers returned back to the spot and attacked two teenagers following which one of them suffered an epileptic attack. He was rushed to GB Pant Hospital for treatment. The Police has reportedly launch a operation to nab the accused bikers, sources said.