3 Youth Injured As Clashes Break Out In Pulwama During Shutdown

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SRINAGAR — Three youth were injured in state forces action amid complete shutdown in Pulwama town in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district on Monday.

Reports said that youth took to the streets and clashed with state forces in Pulwama town. The youth were protesting against the killing of four militants on Sunday in a gunfight in neighbouring Shopian district.

State forces used pellets and tear smoke shells to disperse them resulting injuries to three youths.

The injured were shifted to District hospital Pulwama where from one has been referred to srinagar hospital.

The injured have been identified as Asif Ahmad resident of Chaatpora Pulwama, Adil Asif Ahmad resident of Chaatpora Pulwama  and Tanveer Ahmad.

Meanwhile authorities have decided to close down both Boys and women Degree colleges in Pulwama district.
 

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