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Youth injured in SSB firing at Rangreth
2 cops killed at Hyderpora, Kulgam
KT NEWS SERVICE
SRINAGAR, Jun 15: Two cops were killed and another injured in two different attacks at Hyderpora here and Kulgam. A youth was injured as SSB opened fire on protestors at Rangreth.

Police said unidentified militants, who were travelling in a car, opened fire on a police party near J&K Bank at Hyderpora tonight. Two policemen were injured in the incident.

They were shifted to army hospital here for treatment. But Shahzad Dilawar a resident of Ashtengoo village of Bandipora in north Kashmir, succumbed to his injuries.

Unidentified gunmen this evening killed a policeman at Bogund village of Kulgam idistrict.

Reports said the gunmen opened fire at the cop Shabir Ahmad Dar son of Abdul Rehman Dar near his home. He sustained multiple injuries. The cop was removed to hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead.

The slain policeman is survived by wife and 13 month old son. He had come to home on leave.

Meanwhile, a police spokesman said to pay homage to constable Shabir Ahmad, a wreath laying ceremony was held in L Kulgam. DIG South Kashmir S.P Pani led the police officers and jawans in laying floral wreaths on the mortal remains of the Dar. SSP Kulgam i Shridhar Patil was also present during the ceremony.

“In the evening, some unknown militants fired upon constable Shabir Ahmad Dar son of Abdul Rehman resident of Bogund Kulgam near his home. He was shifted to hospital for treatment where doctors declared him brought dead. A massive manhunt has been launched in the district to nab the culprits,”the spokesman added.

A youth sustained critical injuries after Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) troopers opened fire to disperse protesters at Rangreth.


News Updated at : Friday, June 16, 2017
 
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