Three CRPF personnel and a Special Police Officer were injured in the gunfight.
Three Lashkar-Taiba terrorists and a civilian were killed on Saturday during a fierce gunfight and subsequent clashes in Chattabal area here.
Mirwaiz Umar Farooq also uploaded the video on his Twitter handle with a hashtag Adil Murdered. "That is when, as can be seen from the 34" mark in the video, the police vehicle swerves to the left, hits Yadoo from behind and runs over him.
"Our first aim was to ensure that civilians around the area were safe and after ensuring that, police and CRPF personnel moved into the building and were fired upon by the terrorists holed up there", Inspector General of Police (Kashmir Range) Swayam Prakash Pani said here after the operation. To protest such a brutal killing JRL calls for a complete shutdown on Sunday. "According to the medical bulletin, he died in a road accident at Noorbagh", a police spokesman said, adding that the place was almost four to five kms away from the encounter site.
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Regardless of where the auto hit , it damaged the minivan's front bumper, headlight, front fender and driver's side door. A Honda was eastbound on Chandler when it had to swerve to avoid a northbound vehicle in the intersection, police said.
The police said that one of the slain militants was Fayaz Ahmed Hamaal, a resident of Srinagar's Fatah Kadal locality, whereas identities of the two others killed with him are yet to be ascertained.
In separate incidents, a teenage protester was crushed to death by a security vehicle in old Srinagar, while a man and his nephew were killed in Hajin pocket of north Kashmir. In recent years, mainly young Kashmiris have displayed open solidarity with rebels and sought to protect them by engaging troops in street clashes during military operations. Authorities have suspended mobile Internet services in Srinagar district and brought down the speed of fixed line broadband connections. "State police Chief must answer if his forces have been feeling proud and honor in using pallets and bullets on alleged stone pelters in Kashmir, why couldn't the same police do anything when Minister was today hackled and attacked".
Meanwhile, terrorists killed two civilians on Saturday in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district, police said. Hamal belonged to Khanqah in downtown Srinagar and, police said, had links with militants before formally joining the LeT in April 2017.
In a separate incident, one policeman, Showkat Ahmad Dar, was shot at by militants in Pulwama around 9:30 a.m.