Two militants killed in Anantnag encounter

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Security forces launched a cordon-and-search operation in the area following information about the presence of some terrorists, a police official said.

"As the security forces closed in on the hiding terrorists whose number was estimated to be around five, they were fired triggering an encounter", said the police official.

An Indian army officer talking to media men in Srinagar claimed that the youth were militants and were killed in an encounter with the troops.

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The security forces also retaliated ensuing in an encounter, he said, adding that a militant was killed in the exchange of fire.

Locals told Kashmir Reader that Farheen was a Class 12 student before he joined Hizb ranks in June past year. Meanwhile, clashes erupted between civilians and the forces as hundreds of youth took to the streets, shouting pro-freedom and anti-government slogans.

"One terrorist was killed in the encounter who was identified as Farhan Ahmad Wani, a resident of Redwani- Khudwani in Kulgam district", he said.

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Superintendent District Hospital Anantnag while confirming the death of Khalid told Rising Kashmir that he was brought dead to hospital and had bullet injury.

As a precautionary measure, internet services have been suspended in south Kashmir, further said the police official.

"The injured youth, Yasir Dar, is under treatment with an injury to his shoulder".

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