Guerrillas snatch two weapons from policemen in Kashmir

Srinagar, Oct 8: Separatist guerrillas on Saturday snatched two weapons from police guards at a 'minority post' in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district, police said.

"Militants snatched two weapons from policemen guarding members of minority community at Tumlahal village in Pulwama," a police official said here.

Guerrillas snatch two weapons

On Friday, a policeman was killed and two other persons including a policeman and a civilian injured in a shootout in Shopian district when guerrillas tried to snatch weapons from the police guards at a minority post in Reshnagri village.

Minority posts were set up by the security forces in villages where members of the Kashmiri Pandit community continue to live.

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Majority of the local Kashmiri Pandit community migrated out of the Valley in the early 1990s with the outbreak of the separatist violence.


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