Mob sets KFC outlet ablaze in Mirpur,Pak-occupied Jammu Kashmir

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KFC store Mirpur (Photo: News Intervention)

In a tumultuous turn of events, the only branch of KFC located in Mirpur district of Pakistan occupied Jammu and Kashmir (POJK) has been engulfed in flames following a wave of unrest.

Reports indicate that the chaos erupted when agitators, including a significant number of Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) activists and enraged youths, descended upon the KFC Mirpur premises, pelting stones and igniting the establishment.

The occupying forces and administration responded to the escalating situation, with police personnel present at the scene resorting to tear gas shelling in an attempt to quell the unrest. However, the use of tear gas resulted in numerous injuries among the gathered crowd.

As tensions continue to mount, reports from Mirpur depict a city gripped by unease and uncertainty.

The occupying authorities are yet to provide official statements regarding the circumstances surrounding the incident and the extent of damages incurred, however it is claimed that the attack on the KFC was in light of the ongoing Israel-Hamas war. The aftermath of the unrest leaves the local community reeling, with questions lingering about the underlying factors fueling such acts of aggression.

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