Affrontements dans plusieurs villes du Kashmir – 1 octobre 2010

5 injured in clashes with security forces

PTI

Oct 01,2010

Srinagar, Oct 1 (PTI) Five persons were injured during clashes with security forces at two places in Kashmir Valley, where curfew was today extended to Pulwama and Shopian district headquarters as precautionary measure, officials said. At Malaknag — 55 km from here — in Anantnag district. a group of people defied the curfew and allegedly pelted stones at the security forces, prompting them to fire warning shots, burst teargas shells and use batons to control the unruly mob, the officials said. Two persons were injured in the clash. One of the injured, identified as Zubair Ahmad Ganie, was rushed to SMHS hospital with a fire-arm injury, they said. Three persons were injured when security forces lobbed teargas shells and used batons to disperse a group of youth who indulged in stone-pelting at Khanpora locality in Baramulla town, 55 km from here, shortly after Friday prayers, the officials said. The trio were rushed to a local hospital where their condition was stated to be stable, they said. In a separate incident, three journalists — on their way to the state Assembly complex for covering the proceedings — were allegedly beaten up by police in Baghat chowk area of the city, sources said. Mehrajuddin, Umar Mehraj — both associated with AP Television Network, and Mufti Islah of CNN-IBN were allegedly thrashed by the police personnel, who allegedly refused to honour their curfew passes. Two of them had to be hospitalised and were later discharged, they said. Barring these incidents, the situation across the curfew-bound valley remained by and large peaceful. As the day progressed, curfew was relaxed in parts of Srinagar, Kupwara, Pulwama and Baramulla districts in a phased manner. « Curfew has been relaxed in east, west and south zones of the city from 4.30 pm onwards, » a police spokesman said, adding, the restrictions were eased in the north and Hazratbal zones of the city from 5 pm onwards. The curfew was also relaxed in parts of Kupwara district from 3.30 pm onwards, while restrictions were eased in neighbouring Handwara and Sopore towns in Baramulla district for two hours from 5 pm to 7 pm. Curfew was also relaxed in south Kashmir Tral town of Pulwama district from 5 pm to 7 pm, the spokesman said. The curfew, which was already in force in Srinagar, was extended and reimposed in almost all major towns, excluding Shopian and Pulwama districts, yesterday as a precautionary measure ahead of the Ayodhya dispute verdict, police said. Kashmir Valley has been in grip of violent protests since June 11 when a 17-year-old boy was killed after he was hit by a tear smoke shell during clashes at Rajouri Kadal in the interior city. The unrest has so far claimed 104 lives. PTI MIJ

Five injured in clashes with security forces

hindu.com

12 10 2010

SRINAGAR: Five persons were injured in clashes with security forces in the Kashmir Valley, where curfew was extended on Friday to Pulwama and Shopian district headquarters.

At Malaknag in Anantnag district, a group of people defied the curfew and threw stones at security forces, prompting them to fire warning shots, burst teargas shells and use batons. Two persons were injured, officials said.

Three persons were injured when security forces lobbed teargas shells and used batons to disperse a group of youths in Baramulla town. — PTI

~ par Alain Bertho sur 2 octobre 2010.

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