Srinagar encounter: Militant killed, senior CRPF officer injured

Casey Dawson
May 6, 2018

Indian troops killed three suspected rebels during a gunbattle Saturday in the main city in Indian-controlled Kashmir, while police blamed insurgents for killing three other men during a day of violence and protests in the disputed region.

The encounter in the congested area of Chattabal started early in the morning and by over by the noon without any collateral damage.

Inspector General of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Ravi Deep Sahi, announced that all the three militants trapped inside a private house in Gasi Mohalla of Chattabal were killed in the fire fight with forces. He wrote on micro-blogging site, "Encounter concluded in Chattabal Srinagar".

A police spokesman said an FIR has been lodged in Safa Kadal Police Station against the driver.

The government snapped mobile internet connection in Srinagar and other areas after the circulation of the video which shows civilian being run over by the force's vehicle.

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This could have been used for desilting of Tungabhadra Dam for the benefit of the district's farmers", he said. The Vijayanagara kingdom was a model State with much natural resources and wealth, said Modi.

Locals and police said Yadoo was critically injured in the accident and was taken to the nearby SMHS Hospital.

CRPF Assistant Commandant Lambocha Singh was injured in the encounter, they said. Security forces also burst teargas shells to disperse the demonstrators at several places in the downtown and civil lines.

CBI-LD UPPSC New Delhi: The CBI today registered an FIR to probe alleged irregularities in the upper subordinate examination conducted by the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission in 2015, officials said. "The search operation turned into an encounter after the hiding militants fired upon the search party of the security forces, who retaliated", an official said.

"Is there no sense of humanity left in India?"Mirwaiz said in another tweet". Meanwhile, police put Hurriyat leaders including Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik under house arrest and prevented them from holding a press conference.

Similarly, on Friday also terrorists shot dead a civilian and injured his wife in north Kashmir's Sopore town.

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