Master Stroke: Eleven dead in police firing in Tamil Nadu’s Toothukudi as anti-Sterlite protests turn violent

22 May 2018 10:09 PM

Master Stroke: Eleven dead in police firing in Tamil Nadu’s Toothukudi as anti-Sterlite protests turn violent

Updated 22 May 2018 10:09 PM

Master Stroke: Eleven dead in police firing in Tamil Nadu’s Toothukudi as anti-Sterlite protests turn violent  


Eleven people, including a girl, died on Tuesday in police firing after the ongoing anti-Sterlite protests turned violent with thousands of people from nearby areas allegedly attacking the District Collectorate demanding closure of the Vedanta Group-run company.

Police then resorted to firing as thousands of people gathered in defiance of prohibitory orders on the 100th day of their agitation ever since the company announced the expansion plans of the four lakh tonne per annum Sterlite Copper project and attacked the Collectorate.

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