"Few Pellet Injuries" During Localised Incidents, Says Top Cop In Kashmir | Read

PUBLISHED ON: August 14, 2019 | Duration: 3 min, 31 sec

  
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The police in Jammu and Kashmir confirmed today that some people sustained pellet injuries during what they called stray protests in Srinagar over the week-end, when the restrictions on movement were eased. Earlier this week, Governor Satya Pal Malik had denied foreign media reports of largescale violence in Kashmir Valley. Zeroing on the reports, the opposition Congress had demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi "come clean" on the matter. Insisting that the law and order situation has been "totally under control", senior police officer Munir Khan today said: "There have been localised incident in various parts of Srinagar and other areas, which have been contained, dealt with locally. There has been no major injury to anyone. There have been a few pellet injuries, who were treated and sent back."
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