Day 14 : 18 Year Old shot Dead, Toll Goes to 51


Srinagar: An 18 year old youth was killed and another injured in firing by paramilitary forces in Awantipur area of South Kashmir this afternoon.
Mushtaq Ahmad Bhat, was hit by a bullet when forces opened fire on a protest demonstration which broke out in the area this afternoon despite a curfew. 
Eyewitnesses said Mushtaq died on way to SMHS Hospital in Srinagar.
Dr Nazir Ahmad Choudhry Medical Superintendent SMHS  told Kashmir Observer that the youth who had a bullet wound in the abdomen as well as pellet injuries on the other body parts was brought dead to the hospital.
Meanwhile, reports reaching here said that two more youth were rushed to SMHS Srinagar in injured condition.
“One of the youth has been hit by bullet in the head,” sources  said.
The sources said that another youth was hit by pellets and he too was shifted to SMHS. There identity was being ascertained.
With this fresh killing, the death toll has so far has surged to 50 

Ishfaq Ahmed of Kokernag, south Kashmir Friday morning succumbed to injures at SKIMS hospital, Srinagar. With his death, the death toll has so far has surged to 50 with thousands injured following the killing of Hizb Commander Burhan Wani.
Sources from the hospital administration said that the youth was admitted ten days ago but he lost battle of life last mid-night. He was administered many pints of blood.

Curfew and restrictions remain in force across Kashmir on 14th consecutive day in view of continuous shut down call by separatists and prevailing law and order situation.
Deputy Commissioner Srinagar Dr. Farooq Lone said that the curfew will continue in Srinagar.In view of separatists call to hold a peaceful protest after Friday congregational prayers, strict restriction on the movement and assembly of people will remain in force across the Kashmir valley.

Five Kashmiri students who allegedly raised anti-India slogans during an event held at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on February 9 have been asked by Delhi Police Special Cell to join the investigation in the case, said sources.
Two of the students are from JNU, two from Jamia Millia Islamia and one from Aligarh Muslim University, sources told The Indian Express.


1) Ashraf Ahmad Dar of Halpora Kokernag

2) Shahid Hamid Margay of Larnoo Kokernag

3) Danish Ayoub Shah of Achabal

4) Sajjad Ahmad Thokar of Utroosa Achabal

5) Saqib Manzoor of Khundru Achabal

6) Aqib Manzoor of Khundru Achabal

7) Habibullah Malla of Brenti Achabal

8) Aamir Khan of Batapora Verinag

9) Mashooq Ahmad Rather of Kund Qazigund

10) Safeer Bhat of Sarigam Aishmuqam

11) Aijaz Thokur of Siligam Aishmuqam

12) Imtiyaz Mandoo of Nandpora Anantnag

13) Bilal Shah of Dooru Anantnag

14) Haseeb Ganai of Khanabal Anantnag

15) Mushtaq Dar of Ujroo, Dooru Anantnag

16) Javed Ahmad of Anantnag

17) Hilal Ahmad of Harnag, Anantnag

18) Showkat Ahmad of Hassanpora Bijbehara

19) Jahangir Ganai of Hassanpora Bijbehara

20) Abdul Majeed Mochi of Arwani Bijbehara

21) Zubair Khanday of Kolepora Qaimoh

22) Yasmina Rehman of Damhal Kulgam

23) Rashid Kumhar of Damhal, Kulgam

24) Feroz Mir of Begummilo Kulgam

25) Khursheed Mir of Harwat Kulgam

26) Javaid Ahmad Lone of Khudwani Kulgam

27) Mushtaq Ahmed Dar of Hawoora Mishpora Kulgam

28) Muzaffar Hussain Bhat of Kigam Shopian

29) Aazad Thokar of Pudsoo Shopian

30) Jahgangir Pandit of Trenz Shopian

31) Muneer Pandit of Trenz Shopian

32) Shahid Gulzar of Zainapora Shopian

33) Bilal Shan of Zawoora Shopian

34) Altaf Rather of Rajpora Pulwama

35) Irfan Malik of Warwan Pulwama

36) Fayaz Waza of Nikloora Pulwama

37) Zahoor Ahmad Mantoo of Kakapora Pulwama (Drowned)

38) Shabir Mir of Tengpora Bund Srinagar

39) Sheikh Zahoor of Warsoo Kupwara

40) Irfan Maqsood Dar of Bugund Kulgam

41)  Mushtaq Ahmad Ganaie of Khumrial Kupwara

42)Sayar Ahmad Kumhar of Chitragam, Shopian

43) Hilal Ahmad, Tengpora Srinagar

44) Showkat Ahmed Malik of Hutmulla Kupwara 

45)Syeda Bano of Cheirut Qazigund

46)  Showkat Ahmad  Ittu of Cheirut Qazigund

47)Nelufar Akhtar ofChowgam Qazigund

48)  Ghulam Mohi-ud-din Mir of Khumriyal  Kupwara

49) Ishfaq Ahmed of Kokernag

50)Mushtaq Ahmad Bhat of Awantipur

51)Feroz Ahmad a Police SPO (killed in mob attack)


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