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2 killed in police shoot-out in India-administered Kashmir

15 October 2017

Wasim Shah, a local commander of the Islamic Lashkar-e-Taiba militant group was one of the two rebels killed, police sources said.

The other terrorist has been identified as Nisar Ahmad Mir.

He said that Shah was a resident of Shopian district, while Mir belonged to Litter village of Pulwama, where the encounter with the security forces took place.

On receiving specific intelligence inputs about the presence of the terrorists in Litter village of Pulwama, the security forces comprising the Rashtriya Rifle, the CRPF and the SOG of the state police swung into action and surrounded the house in which the two terrorists were hiding. "Well done JKP boys and other SF (security forces)", he tweeted.

Reports said as news about the killings of local militants spread in the area, announcements were made through mosque public address systems asking people to come out and stage protests.

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Pro-freedom and pro-Islam slogans were raised as the bodies of both the militants, killed in a gunfight in Litter village earlier today, were marched towards the graveyard. The cops fired tear smoke shells, pellets and live ammunition on the mob causing injuries to five protestors. One of the injured, identified as Gulzar Mir, who had sustained a gunshot died in a hospital, reports added. The injured person is undergoing treatment at SKIMS, Soura.

Meanwhile, the authorities have suspended mobile internet services in Pulwama district to prevent people from sharing information about the tense situation in the area.

So far no militant outfit has claimed responsibility for the attack.

After the militant attack, police and army men laid siege around the area to nab the attackers.

2 killed in police shoot-out in India-administered Kashmir