Four civilians injured in Army firing in Pampore: Police

Srinagar: Four persons were injured on Tuesday after the government forces resorted to firing to disperse protesters in Samboora village of Pampore area in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district, police officials told KNS.

Deputy Inspector General of Police S P Pani, told KNS that, 50 RR launched a search operation in the Samboora Village of Pampore area late evening, meanwhile people started stone pelting on them, after which the forces resorted fire on them, in which four persons receive bullet injuries.

He said that all of them were shifted to SMHS hospital Srinagar where they being treated.

While talking with Medical Superintendent SMHS Dr Nazir Chowdary, said that four persons have been admitted here with bullet injuries and all are out of danger.

He said, the three injured has been shifted to Bone and Joint hospital Barzulla for further treatment. (KNS)

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