Policeman killed in militant attack in J&K

Policeman killed in militant attack in J&K

Policeman killed in militant attack in J&K

A policeman was killed on Friday in a militant attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Badgam district, police sources said.

During cordon and search operations after the incident, clashes broke out in the area and a local youth, Adil Farooq, was inured in police firing.

"Militants appeared outside the Guard Post in Budgam's Wardwan and held up constable Shamim Ahmad outside".

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However, Ahmad alerted the jawans, who then foiled the bid to snatch weapons. An official at the Budgam police control room confirmed that the constable succumbed to injuries sustained in the attack. A resident of Yaripora Kulgam, Ahmad is survived by his wife and three children. It was the second attack on a minority picket in the district.

There have been several such attacks recently when militants attempted to snatch rifles from the policemen on duty. Meanwhile, one youth was injured after the Army allegedly opened fire on protesters in Soibugh area of Central Kashmir's Budgam district.Theyouthwho were protesting against civiliankillings pelted stones on the deployedsecurity forces personnel.

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