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With a view to discuss the current turbulent situation in Jammu and Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Information and Broadcasting Minister and Minister of State in the Prime Minister's office on Wednesday Prime Minister Modi.

Earlier on April 16, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval during which the duo discussed the recent tension in Kashmir Valley.

The meeting took place a day after the Chief of Army Staff Chief Minister in

Earlier on Saturday, General Rawat Governor N.N. Vohra in Jammu, where he briefed him on the prevailing situation in Kashmir.

Amid the turbulent situation in the Valley, Chief Minister earlier on April 17 Governor N.N. Vohra to discuss the and order situation.

Fresh violence erupted across the valley, as college students clashed with security forces over alleged police brutality in a Pulwama college.

Hundreds of students, clashed with the security forces in Kashmir during protests against police action in a college on Saturday.

The violence erupted in after a day-long protest, and spread within hours to other parts of the Kashmir Valley including Tral and Sopore.

Last Sunday, two killings were reported from where suspected terrorists barged into the house of a 'pro-government gunman' Rashid Billa and shot him dead.

Ikhwan commander Rashid Billa was gunned down in Hajin town of Kashmir's Bandipora district late on Sunday night.

According to police sources, the gunmen barged into Billa's home and opened indiscriminate fire, killing him on the spot.

The incident came within an hour of unknown gunmen killing former public prosecutor advocate Imtiyaz Ahmad Khan.

Imtiyaz was shot dead by suspected militants in Shopian district in

The incident took place in Pinjura village.

Last Saturday, in a similar attack, militants barged into a medical shop owner named Bashir Ahmad Dar's house in last night and shot him dead.

Condemning the killing of a youth in Srinagar, Mufti had called on security forces to exercise maximum restraint while operating in provocative situations.

Expressing deep anguish over the death of a youth at Batamaloo late last night, the Chief Minister directed the security forces to exercise maximum restraint while performing their duties in provocative situations and follow strictly the laid down SOPs in such cases.

Mufti also condemned the killing of Bashir Ahmad of Qasbayar, Pulwama who was gunned down by unidentified gunmen.

The Chief Minister has also sought a report from the Police about an incident of violence at Degree College Pulwama in which more than 50 students were injured.

Mufti has also sought a report from Police about the surfacing of some videos in the valley, terming the acts in them as 'unacceptable and atrocious'.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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With a view to discuss the current turbulent situation in Jammu and Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Information and Broadcasting Minister and Minister of State in the Prime Minister's office on Wednesday Prime Minister Modi.

Earlier on April 16, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval during which the duo discussed the recent tension in Kashmir Valley.

The meeting took place a day after the Chief of Army Staff Chief Minister in

Earlier on Saturday, General Rawat Governor N.N. Vohra in Jammu, where he briefed him on the prevailing situation in Kashmir.

Amid the turbulent situation in the Valley, Chief Minister earlier on April 17 Governor N.N. Vohra to discuss the and order situation.

Fresh violence erupted across the valley, as college students clashed with security forces over alleged police brutality in a Pulwama college.

Hundreds of students, clashed with the security forces in Kashmir during protests against police action in a college on Saturday.

The violence erupted in after a day-long protest, and spread within hours to other parts of the Kashmir Valley including Tral and Sopore.

Last Sunday, two killings were reported from where suspected terrorists barged into the house of a 'pro-government gunman' Rashid Billa and shot him dead.

Ikhwan commander Rashid Billa was gunned down in Hajin town of Kashmir's Bandipora district late on Sunday night.

According to police sources, the gunmen barged into Billa's home and opened indiscriminate fire, killing him on the spot.

The incident came within an hour of unknown gunmen killing former public prosecutor advocate Imtiyaz Ahmad Khan.

Imtiyaz was shot dead by suspected militants in Shopian district in

The incident took place in Pinjura village.

Last Saturday, in a similar attack, militants barged into a medical shop owner named Bashir Ahmad Dar's house in last night and shot him dead.

Condemning the killing of a youth in Srinagar, Mufti had called on security forces to exercise maximum restraint while operating in provocative situations.

Expressing deep anguish over the death of a youth at Batamaloo late last night, the Chief Minister directed the security forces to exercise maximum restraint while performing their duties in provocative situations and follow strictly the laid down SOPs in such cases.

Mufti also condemned the killing of Bashir Ahmad of Qasbayar, Pulwama who was gunned down by unidentified gunmen.

The Chief Minister has also sought a report from the Police about an incident of violence at Degree College Pulwama in which more than 50 students were injured.

Mufti has also sought a report from Police about the surfacing of some videos in the valley, terming the acts in them as 'unacceptable and atrocious'.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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BJP leaders, PM Modi huddle to discuss JK violence

With a view to discuss the current turbulent situation in Jammu and Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Information and Broadcasting Minister and Minister of State in the Prime Minister's office on Wednesday Prime Minister Modi.

Earlier on April 16, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval during which the duo discussed the recent tension in Kashmir Valley.

The meeting took place a day after the Chief of Army Staff Chief Minister in

Earlier on Saturday, General Rawat Governor N.N. Vohra in Jammu, where he briefed him on the prevailing situation in Kashmir.

Amid the turbulent situation in the Valley, Chief Minister earlier on April 17 Governor N.N. Vohra to discuss the and order situation.

Fresh violence erupted across the valley, as college students clashed with security forces over alleged police brutality in a Pulwama college.

Hundreds of students, clashed with the security forces in Kashmir during protests against police action in a college on Saturday.

The violence erupted in after a day-long protest, and spread within hours to other parts of the Kashmir Valley including Tral and Sopore.

Last Sunday, two killings were reported from where suspected terrorists barged into the house of a 'pro-government gunman' Rashid Billa and shot him dead.

Ikhwan commander Rashid Billa was gunned down in Hajin town of Kashmir's Bandipora district late on Sunday night.

According to police sources, the gunmen barged into Billa's home and opened indiscriminate fire, killing him on the spot.

The incident came within an hour of unknown gunmen killing former public prosecutor advocate Imtiyaz Ahmad Khan.

Imtiyaz was shot dead by suspected militants in Shopian district in

The incident took place in Pinjura village.

Last Saturday, in a similar attack, militants barged into a medical shop owner named Bashir Ahmad Dar's house in last night and shot him dead.

Condemning the killing of a youth in Srinagar, Mufti had called on security forces to exercise maximum restraint while operating in provocative situations.

Expressing deep anguish over the death of a youth at Batamaloo late last night, the Chief Minister directed the security forces to exercise maximum restraint while performing their duties in provocative situations and follow strictly the laid down SOPs in such cases.

Mufti also condemned the killing of Bashir Ahmad of Qasbayar, Pulwama who was gunned down by unidentified gunmen.

The Chief Minister has also sought a report from the Police about an incident of violence at Degree College Pulwama in which more than 50 students were injured.

Mufti has also sought a report from Police about the surfacing of some videos in the valley, terming the acts in them as 'unacceptable and atrocious'.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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