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Kulgam civilian killings: Protesters clash with forces in Pulwama and Shopian

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Youth pelted stones on government forces deployed in southern areas to express their anger at the killings. Forces responded by firing tear gas shells to disperse the protesting youth.Clashes were going on at the time of filing of this report.Clashes erupted in parts of Pulwama and Shopian districts in southern Kashmir on Wednesday against the killing of three civilians during an ongoing gunfight between government forces and militants in Khudwani area of Kulgam.

Youth pelted stones on government forces deployed in southern areas to express their anger at the killings. Forces responded by firing tear gas shells to disperse the protesting youth.Clashes were going on at the time of filing of this report.

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