Miscreants break windows of govt buses in Tamil Nadu’s Tiruvarur

Unknown miscreants entered a bus stand in Tamil Nadu’s Tiruvarur and broke the windows of three buses parked there. The incident occurred when commuters were on the premises. Further investigation is underway.

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One of the buses that was vandalised in Tamil Nadu's Tiruvarur.
One of the buses that was vandalised in Tamil Nadu's Tiruvarur.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Miscreants vandalised 3 buses at Tiruvarur bus stand in Tamil Nadu
  • They broke the windows of the buses with stones
  • The incident occurred when commuters where in the bus stand

Miscreants breaking the windows of three government buses parked at the Tiruvarur new bus station in Tamil Nadu has created a stir in the region. The incident occurred at the new bus stand in the Vilamal area of Tiruvarur.

Buses ply to various parts of the state, including Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy, Mannargudi, Mayiladuthurai and Nagapattinam.

At around 10 pm on Thursday night, seven people who came on four two-wheelers broke the windows of three government buses standing at the bus station with stones and fled the scene.

When the police got information about this, they went to the spot and launched an investigation. The windows of three buses, two buses belonging to Tiruvarur and one bus belonging to Mayiladuthurai were broken.

Police examined the CCTV cameras installed in the shops at the bus station to find out who the miscreants were who broke the glass. It was discovered that seven people who came in four two-wheelers were involved in the incident.

Meanwhile, the Superintendent of Police, Suresh Kumar, went to the bus stand and personally conducted the investigation. The police are examining CCTV recordings in the city and hunting for the suspects.

The incident of miscreants breaking the windows of government buses by entering the bus station while commuters were gathered has created a lot of tension in the region.

Further investigation is underway.

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