- Kashmir saw new conflicts between dissenters and security strengths on Wednesday.
- One man was slaughtered during dissents in Pulwama.
- Union home minister Rajnath Singh is in Srinagar to hold chats with different partners.
An adolescent on Wednesday passed on in new conflicts amongst protestors and security powers in Pulwama locale of south Kashmir on a day Union home pastor Rajnath Singh landed in Sringar to audit the circumstance.
With the passing of the adolescent, the toll in the continuous agitation in the Kashmir valley has moved to 66.
"Aamir Bashir, who had pellet wounds in his mid-section, was conveyed to SMHS Hospital here however the specialists pronounced him brought dead," a police official said.
He said the young was an occupant of Pohu town in Pulwama area where new conflicts emitted amongst protestors and security strengths on Wednesday morning.
A few different people have supported wounds in the conflicts which were going ahead till last reports came in.
Other than the 66 dead, a few thousand others have been harmed in the conflicts that started on July 9, a day after Hizbul Mujahideen psychological oppressor Burhan Wani was killed in an experience with security powers in Kokernag territory of south Kashmir's Anantnag region.
Rajnath Singh to hold converses with partners
Union home pastor Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said he will hold chats with different partners in Kashmir and welcomed every one of the individuals who put stock in 'Kashmiriyat, Insaniyat and Jamhooriyat' as he touched base in Sringar on a two-day visit under Center's effort in the valley.
Singh, who is joined by home secretary Rajiv Mehrishi, will audit the security circumstance in the Kashmir valley.
The Union clergyman touched base at Srinagar air terminal at 11.30am in an exceptional plane.
"I will stay at the Nehru Guest House. The individuals who have faith in Kashmiriyat, Insaniyat and Jamhooriyat are welcome," he tweeted before heading for Kashmir.
"Should collaborate with common society bunches, political gatherings and different partners," Singh said in his tweets.
The priest's visit to Kashmir comes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's connection with an appointment of resistance gatherings drove by previous state boss pastor Omar Abdullah in the national capital on Monday.