Thousands protest in Kashmir after Indian army kills civilians

Thousands protest in Kashmir after Indian army kills civilians

Thousands protest in Kashmir after Indian army kills civilians

According to security forces, the attack took place around 8 pm on Sunday when the vehicle check post manned by army personnel was sacked upon by a auto they signalled to stop.

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

Four civilians and two militants were killed in Shopian on Sunday evening. Army retaliated killing a militant and three others, the official said. Also the three OGWs/ accomplices in the auto who were accompanying the terrorist were found to be dead. Six persons including two militants have been killed in Sunday night's shootout in Shopian's Pahnoo area.

The killings led to massive clashes between protesters and the occupational forces in Shopian, Pulwama, and other areas, reported KMS.

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The various business communities of the valley also reacted to the killings.

Notwithstanding the claim made by the Army of eliminating OGWs, Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said they were civilians caught in the "crossfire".

The Supreme Court on Monday restricted the Jammu and Kashmir Police from initiating investigattion against Major Aditya Kumar till 24 April in the Shopian firing incident, according to a number of media reports.

Police said the investigation of the case has been taken up and bodies were handed over to the legal heirs.

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The leaders condemned the police raids and said that authorities on Sunday arrested JKLF Chairman Mohd Yasin Malik, Hurriyat General Secretary Haji Ghulam Nabi Sumji, Spokesman, Gh Ahmad Gulzar, Bilal Sidiqee, Mohd Yusuf Makroo, Mohammad Ashraf Laya, Umer Aadil Dar, Kh Nazir Ahmad and lodged them in different police stations. "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.

The 4G internet services were suspended across Kashmir, while all the examinations scheduled for the day were postponed.

Malik, along with his supporters, reached Budshah bridge here and tried to march towards Lal Chowk, officials said. The forces have conducted searches in Chawa, Mochi Mohalla, Crusher Morh, Tandwal, Thandikassi, Iran Khanetar, Gambhir, and Kakora areas.

After the incident, schools and educational institutions which had just opened on Monday following a two-month-long winter break were closed again as a precautionary measure.

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