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NEW DELHI, Feb 22, 2016:

Three Malaysians survived a scary drive through several towns in Haryana state where 12 people have been killed and 160 injured in nine days of rioting by protesting members of the Jat community.

J. Nagaraja, 41, a senior technical manager with an Indian timber company, his 67-year-old mother who was visiting northern India for the first time, and one of his colleagues kept praying on the 220km trip on Sunday from New Delhi to Behror in Rajasthan.

They had relied on Google maps in finding alternative routes through villages to reach their destination after a six-hour journey that would have normally taken just two hours, said Nagaraja who hails from Ipoh in Malaysia.

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