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Monday, May 20, 2013
Zil-Hajj 09, 1432 AH
| ||Indian policemen beat up media persons in Srinagar
'Pakistan Times' Jammu & Kashmir Desk
SRINAGAR (IHK): In occupied Kashmir, Indian police beat up several journalists, who were performing their professional duties at Lal Chowk in Srinagar, reports KMS.
The incident occurred when the policemen resorted to baton charge to disperse a demonstration. The police personnel abused and attacked a group of journalists who were performing their professional obligations.
The scribes included Gowhar Bhat of Greater Kashmir, Syed Muzaffar of Srinagar Times and Suhail Ahmad of SEN Channel.
The journalists said that they were covering a demonstration, when the policemen attacked and beat them up severely without provocation.
They added that the police personnel refused to listen to them and also tried to damage the cameras.
And, another report says; unidentified gunmen shot dead a trooper of Indian Central Reserve Police Force in Magam while two troopers were injured in an attack in Kupwara.
The gunmen fired upon the CRPF trooper, Mohar Singh, near Magam bus stand. He was rushed to a hospital where doctors declared him brought dead.
Panic gripped the area due to the firing and people ran for safety. Indian Police and CRPF cordoned off the area and conducted search operation.
Another CRPF trooper was found dead under mysterious circumstances at a transit camp near Jammu Railway Station. Two troopers were injured in an attack at Tangdhar in Kupwara.