10 people killed; over 200 injured in Kashmir

Burhan Wani,22, Hizbul commander and poster boy, on Friday was killed in an encounter with the armed forces; but much information about this terrorist may astound after knowing about.
1.    Burhan joined Hizbul Mujahiddin in the age of 15 in the year 2010. it is assumed that the army had abused his brother so he embraced to the terrorist activity.
2.   Burhan was the resident of Sharifabad in Tral of Kashmir. His father, Muzzafar Ahmad Wani was headmaster of a school.
3.    'Wani did not conduct any terror activity, yet he was most wanted man', According to the security forces. 
4.   Wani called youths through social media for joining Hizbul. it is assumed that at least 70 youths of Kashmir took weapons in hands for fighting against India.
5.     The security forces had declared bounty of 10 lacs over Burhan.
6.  After terrorist meeting of Lashkar-e-taiba, Jaish and Hizbul Mujahideen he had shared his photograph with his team in uniform. He rapidly got fame among Kashmiri youths.
7.     Khalid Muzaffar Wani, brother of Burhan was killed in an encounter last year.
Since Hizbul commander,Burhan Wani was killed, Kashmir is tense. The curfew has been clamped in many parts of valley including Srinagar.
 Fearing the protest, Amarnath journey has been halt. The demonstrators have put hurdle on main roads and entry roads of the city at many places after being called for strike by the separatist leaders.
The separatist leaders have been put under house arrest in precaution; meanwhile ten protesters were killed during clash in Kulgam and over 200 injured including 90 police personnel.
Separatist Hurriyat Conference has declared Bandh in the state. The curfew has been clamped because of growing tension in Pulwama, Shopia and Anantnag. The train services between Baramula and Banihal town have been cancelled seeing the worsening situation. The protest is continued; the locals have pelted stones in Pulwama.
Violent clashes broke out in several places of Jammu and Kashmir with situation particularly "bad" in south Kashmir, the police said. More than 90 of those wounded were security personnel, senior police officer SM Sahai said.
Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti said that "disproportionate use of force for crowd control results in loss of precious lives" and urged the police to follow Standard Operating Procedure. "I express profound grief over the tragic death of the youths and extend my heart-felt condolences to the bereaved family members," she said in a statement. Senior police officers at a press conference today said they were practicing restraint.
The separatist leaders, Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Mullick have been put under house arrest in the wake of Hurriyat Bandh.
Burhan was worth of 10 lacs bounty. According to the information,  Burhan was killed in an intelligence-led police operation along with two other terrorists on Friday afternoon. His killing took place in an encounter with Jammu and Kashmir police and National Rifles in the area of Kokarnag Anantnag. The loudspeakers were used at some places to disseminate the audio messages of Burhan Wani.

 The mobile and internet services in Kashmir have been suspended; while the mobile phone services have been banned in South Kashmir.
The demonstrators had gathered on Srinagar-Anantnag highway on Friday evening and begun to burn wheel-tyres after spreading the news of Burhan's killing. Many vehicles were stopped to move on highway. The funeral Namaz was begun on many places. The slogans by youths were being shouted in favour of Burhan.
According to the police, the situation in Kashmir is still peaceful in many parts of Kashmir; but the protest by residents in Tral of Kokarnag area is being demonstrated continuously. The police said, “the people’s activities have been restricted in precaution to maintain law and order in the area of six police station and many parts of Anantnag and Pulwama in South Kashmir."
Sayed Ali Shah Gilanee and JKLF chairman Yasin Mullick have declared the protest against killing of Burhan.

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