"Three terrorists have been killed and three security personnel have been injured".
The Resistance Leadership comprising Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik Saturday called for complete shutdown in Valley tomorrow against the killing of militants and civilian in Srinagar and strongly denounced the government for not allowing them to hold a joint presser on the prevailing situation in Kashmir. The Jammu and Kashmir police first termed it an accident, only to detain the driver of the vehicle.
Three Lashkar-e-Tayyeba (LeT) terrorists, including a local cadre, were killed on Friday night in a fierce gun battle with security forces in Chattabal two days before the shifting of capital to Srinagar from Jammu, sources said. At about 3.30 am today, the terrorists shot both of them dead, police said.
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A resident of Chundina area in central Kashmir's Ganderbal district, Bhat, who was married, went missing around 3.30pm on Friday. Meanwhile, separatists called for a strike and march to Civil Secretariat? the seat of Jammu and Kashmir government? tomorrow.
Police accused militants for carrying out these killings, though no rebel group has claimed responsibility. "According to the medical bulletin, he died in a road accident at Noorbagh", a police spokesman said, adding that the place was almost four to five kms away from the encounter site.
Security forces including police and CRPF surrounded the Chattabal area following a tip-off about the presence of two militants in a hideout.
As police resisted, people threw stones at them, triggering more protests.
The civilian, identified as Adil Ahmed, injured at the site of clashes was declared brought dead at Srinagar's Shri Maharaja Hari Singh (SMHS) hospital.
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Police earlier said that Yadoo died in a road traffic accident. Tak, from Pulwama, was reportedly an "A++" category militant, and a district commander of the LeT who joined militant ranks in October 2011.
Authorities have suspended mobile Internet services in Srinagar district and also brought down the speed of fixed line broadband connections. People hit the streets against the operation.
The three men believed to be militants died in a shootout after government forces surrounded a densely populated neighbourhood in the old part of the city, director general of police Shesh Paul Vaid said.
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