The victims, who were displaced from their homes during last year's communal violence, have been enrolled as voters from Joga Kheri village in the district, they said.
Besides, nearly 250 riot-hit victims will also cast their vote from the village, where they were rehabilitated. The seven victims are living with their families.
To ensure peaceful voting, women para military personnel and local police force have been deployed in riot affected villages of Phugana, Bhora Kala Bahawdi, Mohammadpur, Raisingh and Kharad.

Meanwhile, a local court has extended the judicial custody of an accused, involved in Muzaffarnagar riots related gang-rape case, till April 21.

Chief judicial magistrate Narendra Kumar on Monday extended judicial custody of Roki till April 21. He was arrested on March 25 in connection with six riot cases, including a gang-rape case, during the riots.

Roki was among 22 people issued non-bailable warrant for their alleged involvement in five incidents of gang-rape during the violence.


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