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  • Militants attacked in hospital, 1 cop died

    Prisoner Fled Naveed Jatt

    Prisoner Abu Hanzulle alias Naveed Jatt who fled during the attack (File Photo)

    A cop was killed and another injured after an alleged attack from the militants inside the Sri Maharaja Hari Singh hospital in Srinagar on Tuesday.

    The mishappening took place when the Cops were escorting a Pakistani prisoner Naveed who escaped during the firing and accused fled from the area.

    According to SSP Srinagar Imtiaz Ismail Parray to ANI “six apprehended persons were being brought from the Central Jail, from which one snatched the gun from the police personnel and started firing at the protection party. The prisoner’s name is Naveed who seems to be an outsider,”

    The prisoner Abu Hanzulla alias Naveed Jatt, escaped during the attack, was arrested a few months.

    As per Deputy inspector general police Ghulam Hassan Bhat told Outlook that a search and cordon has been conducted around the area.

    The incident is significant as it shows the militants are moving in Srinagar and have started even operations in the winter capital.

    More Information yet to be delivered.

     

    (With agency inputs)

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  • Police officer lynched in Srinagar , Kashmir

    Kashmirpolicelynched

    New Delhi: Mohammad Ayub Pandith was attacked by a mob of people after being spotted outside Jamia Masjid clicking pictures. During the congregational prayers at the Mosque in Nowhatta locality people found him behaving suspiciously.

  • Police officer lynching incident: “Don’t test the patience of police, else old times may return”, warns Mufti

    Mufti

    New Delhi:In regards with the incident of a mob lynching a police officer to death in Srinagar today, Mehbooba Mufti came down heavily on Kashmiris and warned them to not take the police force for granted. Even as the police arrested two people in connection with the lynching, J&K chief minister Mehbooba Mufti had strong words for Kashmiris: "This is not how you respond to restraint on the part of the police."