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3 cops injured in stone pelting by migrant workers at IIT Hyderabad

The workers who were protesting near a construction site demanded that they be paid wages and allowed to go back to their native places in view of the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown, police said

Migrants wait for a bus to their native village, in Ghaziabad. Photo: PTI
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Migrants wait for a bus to their native village, in Ghaziabad. Photo: PTI

BS Web TeamPTI New Delhi
Hundreds of migrant workers working at IIT Hyderabad at Kandi in Telangana's Sangareddy district on Wednesday allegedly attacked some officials of construction companies and threw stones damaging a police vehicle and injuring a Sub-Inspector and two policemen.

The workers who were protesting near a construction site demanded that they be paid wages and allowed to go back to their native places in view of the ongoing Covid-19 lockdown, police said.

The migrant workers allegedly pelted stones at police and damaged a police vehicle injuring a Sub-Inspector and two policemen, Sangareddy District Superintendent of Police S Chandrashekar Reddy said.

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First Published: Apr 29 2020 | 9:04 PM IST

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