World Bulletin / News Desk
Amid complete shutdown, anti-India demonstrations and clashes between Indian paramilitary personnel and protesters continue in Sopore town on the second consecutive day in Kashmir.
The protests erupted in Sopore on Sunday after the personnel of Rashtriya Rifles and Central Reserve Police Force killed two youth including Muzammil Amin Dar, reported Kashmir Media Service.
They destroyed three residential houses during a violent military operation at Shalapora in the town.
“Indian armed forces used heavy weapons including mortar guns during the operation. Two bodies including that of Muzammil Amin Dar were recovered from the debris of the house,” the protesters told media men.
Anti-India protests and clashes were going on in many areas of the town till last reports came in.
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