Firing Incident: Shutdown In Shopian

Firing Incident: Shutdown In Shopian

Firing Incident: Shutdown In Shopian

Investigation suggesta that Bhat was the part of terror squad which had attacked the Army vehicle at Pahnoo village in Shopian, police said. The party spokesperson said the killing of innocents could not be justified and added that there had to be a probe into the incident to ascertain the truth.

Afterward, the armed force staff recuperated the body of a fear based oppressor, who was recognized as Amir Malik, a Lashkar aggressor and an occupant of town Harmen in Shopian. He fell down from the vehicle, which travelled some distance and veered off the road.

The civilians were identified as Suhail Ahmad of Pinjora, M Shahid Khan of Kilopora Malikgund and Shahnawaz Ahmad Wagay of Molu Trenz villages.

"During the search, three bodies were found in one vehicle. They are killed like ants and for them (army), AFSPA is a protection and Supreme Court of India is a judicial backer for murder", Lone, a post graduate in sociology said on Monday morning. War like stores - including one AK-74, three magazines and 88 rounds - were also recovered from the slain terrorist.

Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti in a tweet said, " Deeply distressed by more deaths of civilians caught in crossfire in Shopian.

Call for the strike has been given by the Joint Resistance Leadership comprising Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik.

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One rebel, three civilians were killed, when rebels attacked a mobile check post of the Indian army in Pohan area of Shopian in south Kashmir this evening, the army said.

The government has shut high-speed internet across the valley and reduced its speed to 2G.

The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education has postponed all the exams scheduled for March 6 and 7. Half a dozen militants were also seen offering the congregational Nimaz-e-Janaza of the slain commander. The militants then fired in the air to honour their dead colleague.

Sporadic violence erupted in south Kashmir as the death toll in Sunday night's exchange of fire between security forces and terrorists in Shopian rose to six with the recovery of two more bodies on Monday.

The killing sparked protests in Shopian and other parts of south Kashmir.

Malik along with his supporters tried to march from his Maisuma residence towards LalChowk. "These forces enjoy complete immunity from any accountability or legal prosecution under the cover of the draconian law Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA)".

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