Indian troops martyr two civilians in Occupied Kashmir

Indian troops martyr two civilians in Occupied Kashmir

Indian troops martyr two civilians in Occupied Kashmir

At least six policemen, including a Station House Officer (SHO), were killed when terrorists attacked a police party in Achabal area of Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag district on Friday. Two civilians were also killed.

The incident took place in Anantnag's Thajiwara Achabal area when the policemen were on a routine round in their jeep. This is a war and we will take it to the logical conclusion. One of them, constable Shehzad, succumbed to his injuries.

"Three militants were killed in gunfight at Aarwani village", Indian army spokesperson Col Rajesh Kalia said, "The bodies have been recovered this morning along with three assault rifles".

According to the police, civilians were injured in the "cross firing". A bullet reportedly hit a youngster Muhammad Ashraf Khar wounding him critically.

Reports of massive protests and clashes were reported from Tral and Pampore areas of south Kashmir's Pulwama district against the killings.

Meanwhile, the separatist leaders Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik called a daylong shutdown on Saturday against the civilian killings. This happened while some locals started pelting stones at the security forces as they laid a cordon around the house where the terrorists were hiding.

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The attack came just hours after the encounter of local Lashkar commander Junaid Mattoo, who was involved in several attacks on security forces in south Kashmir.

Mattoo a Lashkar-e-Tayiba militant was active since the two years in the Valley. Police officials suspected two to three militants are present in the village.

Train services between Baramulla and Bannihal towns were suspended. The militants also disfigured their bodies. She said that violence and the killing of the innocent people would only push the state towards destruction and uncertainty rather than peace.

"Civil society should rise to the occasion to make the future of J&K's younger generation peaceful", she said.

In occupied Kashmir, tens of thousands of people participated in the funeral prayers of martyred youth, Junaid Mattoo, Nasir Wani and Aadil Mushtaq in the territory, today, amid high-pitched pro-freedom, pro-Pakistan and anti-India slogans.

"India must pay for its crimes on humanity", said LeT chief Mahmood Shah.

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