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Text of report by Shabir-ibn-Yusuf, Shabirul-Haq headlined "Fury sucks in South Kashmir: 3 killed" published by Indian newspaper The Kashmir Times website on 30 June
Srinagar/Anantnag, 29 June: While north Kashmir and parts of central Kashmir including several areas in Srinagar remained under curfew, focus today shifted to South Kashmir with series of angry protests and spate of civilians killings. Three persons including a 15 year old boy were killed in CRPF [Central Reserve Police Force] and police firing at Anantnag and six others critically injured. After the killings the protestors burnt two police chowkis [posts] and some ambulances.
Curfew continued to remain in force at Sopore, undeclared curfew was imposed in old Srinagar city and parts of Civil Lines areas, while normal life was paralyzed in rest of Kashmir in view of Hurriyat Conference (G) sponsored general strike. Despite the curfew restrictions and tight security arrangements, people took to streets and held demonstrations. Police opened fire, resorted to firing in air, burst smoke shells and resorted to cane charge. The protestors pelted stones on police and security men. In the subsequent clashes, 110 persons including 30 security men were injured.
Early 1990 like situation was witnessed in old Srinagar city with announcements being made from the loudspeakers of mosques and people being asked to come out of their houses and hold demonstrations.
Three persons were killed and six others injured- two of them critically when CRPF and police personnel opened fire on protestors at Anantnag. Two …