Lucknow, Sept 12: While many have gone missing, many others were admitted to different hospitals in riot-hit Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh.
However, the city remained peaceful during the five hour curfew relaxation on Wednesday, Sept 11. Despite the peaceful scenario, family members of missing people were anxious about whereabouts of their near and dear ones.
The state administration has set up a helpline to trace the missing people. Ashish Gupta, Inspector general of police (STF), informed that people may dial the police control room number 100 or 9454402574 to register a complaint about missing family members.
Security personnel keep vigil at Kudba village in violence-hit Muzaffarnagar district on Wednesday.
A security person patrolling at Kudba village in violence-hit Muzaffarnagar district on Wednesday.
Parents of Sachin showing the picture of their deceased son at Kawal village from where the communal riot started, in Muzaffarnagar on Wednesday.
Residents keep vigil during night hours between 10pm to 6am, in a residential colony on Circular Road in violence-hit Muzaffarnagar on Tuesday night.
Security personnel keep vigil at Kawal village from where the communal riot started, in Muzaffarnagar on Wednesday.
Villagers who were injured in communal riots at Kakda, near Shahpur in Muzaffarnagar on Tuesday.
People injured in communal riots, being treated at a goverment hospital in Muzaffarnagar on Tuesday.
Security personnel keep vigil as people are seen on the roads during the relaxed hours of curfew in the riot-hit Muzaffarnagar on Wednesday.