Published: Wed, April 11, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

Jammu and Kashmir: Two civilians, soldier killed in ongoing encounter

Jammu and Kashmir: Two civilians, soldier killed in ongoing encounter

Three civilians and one soldier have been killed in an ongoing encounter at Kulgam in south Kashmir that started on Tuesday night.

Police said a soldier was killed and two other security men were also injured earlier on Wednesday when terrorists holed up inside a home started firing at the security personnel closing in on them.

Three army personnel suffered injuries and were removed to army hospital at Badamibagh wehere one of the succumbed to injuries.

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Illaha a resident of Melhoora, Shopian succumbed to injuries in the nearby hospital, they said.

Other sources reportedly confirmed the death of two civilians- Sharjeel Ahmad Sheikh, 20 and Bilal Ahmed Tantray, 16.

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Meanwhile, authorities have suspended internet mobile service and ordered closure of educational institution in Kulgam and parts of Anantnag as a precautionary measure.

Four injured civilians have been referred to Srinagar for specialized treatment.

Student protests also rocked Kashmir University in Srinagar, Islamic University of Science and Technology in Awantipora in south Kashmir and Degree College in Bandipora in north Kashmir.

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