Curfew remained imposed in Kashmir ,5 injured
Srinagar, February 10 (Scoop News) – Curfew remained imposed in major towns of the valley. Situation remained by and large normal. There were isolated incidents of stone pelting at different places.
According to Police spokesman that Police and security forces exercised maximum restraint while dealing with the law and order situations. Four police personnel were injured one of them seriously during the incidents.
Police said that Five persons were injured while tackling a law and order situation at Watergam in the jurisdiction of Police station Dangiwacha.
Five persons Ubaid Ahmad Rather son of Mushtaq Ahmad, Sajad Ahmad Bhat son of Zahoor Ahmad , Mehraj-u-Din Bhat son of Ghulam Ahmad Bhat, Rayees Ahmad Sheikh son of Bashir Ahmad and Ather son of Ghulam Mohammad residents of Watergam received injuries while tackling a law and order situation at Watergam.
Among the injured Ubaid and Sajad have been referred to SKIMS, Soura while the other three are being treated at the local hospital, however, Ather was discharged after being given first aid.
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