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Militant killings trigger clashes in south Kashmir’s Anantnag

The killing of six militants in a gunfight with the government forces on Friday triggered violent protests across the south Kashmir’s Anantnag district.
Reports said that people took to streets in Shalgund-Kanelwan village of Dachnipora belt of Bibehara where the gunfight took place earlier today.

A local said that forces resorted to aerial firing on protesters in Khanabal locality of Anantnag town.
Further details are awaited.

The Kashmir Walla

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