Four police personnel, including two sub-inspectors, were injured allegedly in brick-batting by the residents of Bhainsa village over raising of a wall, blocking their way, by the Mathura Refinery administration, the police said today. The incident took place last night when the Refinery administration, in the presence of police, got the wall built on a passage leading to the village. The villagers alleged that it was done without their consent. Besides attacking the police, they also damaged the wall, police said. "Two persons have been arrested and hunt is on for others involved in the attack," DySP Nitin Singh said.
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