BJP Panch, 2 cops injured in militant attacks in south Kashmir

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Srinagar, August 4: Militants on Tuesday evening shot at and critically injured a Panch, reportedly affiliated with BJP, in south Kashmir’s Kulgam district, official sources said.
They said the militants attacked the Panch identified as Arif Ahmad near his residence at Akhran Qazigund.
A police officer confirmed the incident and said that the injured was shifted to emergency Hospital Qazigund. “He had firearm injury in neck and his condition is critical,” the officer added.
Meanwhile, militants attacked a police party in Pulwama district this evening, injuring two personnel, official sources said.
They said the militants lobbed a grenade at the police party near Wanpora Pulwama, injuring head constable Khurhsid Ahmad and SPO Ishfaq Ahmad. The duo suffered splinter injuries and were taken to hospital. “Both are stable,” they said. A senior police officer said that both of them suffered “minor injuries and are stable.”


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