Clashes at a Kashmir rally turn deadly
Authorities opened fire at protesters gathered for an anti-India street march in the disputed region of Kashmir, officials have said. The confrontation with the security forces follows an arrest of a separatist leader.
Indian government forces killed a teenage boy amid violence with angry protesters in the dominantly Muslim region of Kashmir on Saturday. Three more people were wounded, according to police sources.
The uncle of the boy told the AFP news agency that the police first detained his nephew before shooting him at point-blank range in front of dozens of other protesters.
Commenting on those claims, inspector general of the regional police department, Javid Gillani, told AFP that “if that is true it will come out.”
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Source News: DW