Kashmir violence: Five protesters dead in fresh battle with security forces


In context of the clashes that is going on between security forces and militants, five civilians were killed in the valley on Tuesday.

The reports revealed that CRPF and army attacked on the protestors in south as well as central Kashmir.  The death toll has been reached to 65 from July 9.

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During the incident, four civilians died as Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnels started the gunfire on protestors at Aripanthan village.

Eyewitness has claimed that the health of wounded civilians is serious. They have been taken to the hospital.

“We have information about three killings so far,” Superintendent of Budgam, Abdul Waheed told The Indian Express.

The Deputy Commissioner Budgam, Altaf Ahmad said, “Two have been killed while two to three are critical.”

Army opened fire on people at Larkipora village of Dooru in Anantnag district which killed a teenager and wounded more than 10.

“As the people came out seeking release of the youth, army opened fire,” a villager told The Indian Express.

Around 10 people were injured in army firing and one of them Aamir Yousuf was declared brought dead at District Hospital Anantnag. “Yes, there is one death,” said an official at the hospital.

On the 39th consecutive day, curfew and restrictions will continue in all the 10 district headquarters of the Valley. 

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