SHOPIAN : 135 civilians were injured in clashes with Indian occupying forces in south Kashmir’s Shopian on Tuesday which erupted amid a gunfight between hundreds of Indian forces against two Kashmiri freedom fighters
Giving details to media , Chief Medical Officer, Shopian Dr Abdul Raheed told that 123 civilians were brought to district hospital Shopian, Harman and Vehil hospitals.
Six among them had bullet injuries and were referred to Srinagar for advanced treatment, he said, adding 17 people with critical pellet injuries were also referred to different Srinagar hospitals and 14 among them had pellet injuries in their eyes.*
Giving details to on the customary condition of anonymity, a doctor at District Hospital Kulgam, said that they received 13 injured civilians.
One among them had bullet injury while 6 were hit by pellets in their eyes, all of seven were referred to Srinagar,”* he said.
*Pertinently, a youth succumbed to his injuries at Srinagar’s SMHS hospital.*
Intense clashes erupted in Kundalan village of Shopian today amid a gunfight between hundreds of Indian occupying forces and Kashmiri freedom fighters.
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