Sheikh Imran Bashir
Srinagar: Two persons were killed and scores received bullet injuries when security forces resorted to firing and shelling tear gas at eight places in north and south Kashmir on Saturday to disperse protesters raising anti-India and pro-freedom slogans. With the death of two youth, the toll has risen to six since Friday and to 23 since June 11, when the killing of a boy sparked off a string of protests across Kashmir.
Two civilians were killed today and 40 people, including 30 policemen injured, as widespread clashes between protesters and security forces erupted in the Kashmir Valley as indefinite curfew was imposed on major towns including Srinagar city.
As the casualty in the violence since yesterday rose to six, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah again issued an appeal to the people to remain vigilant against the sinister designs of “vested interests” against peace.
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