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Five Hizbul terrorists, including professor killed in Kashmir clash

10 May 2018

The suspected militants killed in Sunday morning's encounter included an assistant professor in the University of Kashmir's sociology department, Dr Mohammad Rafi Bhat.

Adil Khanday (20): Hizb militant, Khanday and another associate were killed in a gunfight with security forces in south Kashmir's Shopian district on October 22, 2015.

Meanwhile, Indian troops launched a cordon and search operation in Zainapora area of Shopian district today.

On Saturday, three rebels were killed in a firefight with security forces in Srinagar during a six-hour confrontation, including a top commander of the Lashkar-e-Taiba group. Padder was an aide of slain HM commander and poster boy of terrorism Burhan Wani.

Government forces opened fire on protesters Sunday in Indian-controlled Kashmir, killing five people and wounding dozens more who had been trying to reach the site of gunbattle in which soldiers killed five rebels.

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The Jammu and Kashmir police that was also part of the operation is now probing whether the teacher was killed by terrorists.

What was a disturbing factor was that of the Kashmir University professor Rafi Bhat taking up the gun and getting killed within two days of joining terrorism.

His father also told police that he made a call to the family in his last moment and said that he was sorry if he had hurt them and that it was his last call before going to meet Allah.

Separatist organisations have called for a shutdown on Monday across Kashmir Valley and asked people to organise a sit-in outside Srinagar's Civil Secretariat when it reopens on Monday after the government's Durbar move from Jammu to Srinagar.

The Valley traders also took to the streets to protest against the Shopian carnage. He said the police brought his family from Ganderbal to persuade him to surrender.

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Anees: The whereabouts of Anees is not known but police sources say he has also been killed.

Another police officer, speaking on condition of anonymity, said at least 30 people were injured in clashes with Indian forces who fired live ammunition, pellet guns and tear gas.

Anti-India protests and clashes continued in the area. The slain civilians were identified as Adil Ahmed of Ashmuji Kulgam, Zubair Ahmed of Ayandgund Rajpora Pulwama, Sajad Rather a resident of Shahpora Dooru at Anantnag district, Nisar Ahmed of Arihal Pulwama and Asif Ahmed Mir of Rahmoo Pulwama. As the anti-India protests and clashes spiraled, shops in the city shuttered and authorities switched off mobile internet services to make organizing protests more hard.

Demonstrators, mostly locals, had clashed with armed forces as they formed multiple rings around the village, a police official told Kashmir Dispatch.

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Five Hizbul terrorists, including professor killed in Kashmir clash