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24-year old civilian killed by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir, investigations underway

On 18 March, a civilian named Mohsin Wani was shot dead by terrorists. Last week, terrorists had killed a 12-year-old boy in Hajin after using him as a human shield.

Days after a female special police officer (SPO) of J&K Police Khushboo Jan was shot dead at her village by terrorists, a civilian has been murdered by terrorists in Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir.

According to reports, a 24-year old civilian from Bemnipora, Shopian was killed by terrorists. The civilian has been identified as Tanveer Ahmed Dar. Ahmed’s body was found in Kachdoora. A case has been registered by the police and the investigation is going on.

Tanveer Ahmed Dar was reportedly fired upon by masked gunmen near the Masjid Noor in Kachdoora. The attack happened close to his residence. On 18 March, another man named Mohsin Wani was also shot dead by terrorists in Reshipora of Tral.

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Last week, terrorists had killed a 12-year-old boy in Hajin after using him as a human shield.

On 16 March, SPO Khushboo Jan was brutally murdered by terrorists at her village in Shopian district. Local Kashmiri people as well Kashmiris working in the security forces have long been on the target of terrorists who have been killing them in order to deter people from joining the security forces in Kashmir.

Last year in September, Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists had released videos threatening policemen to either resign from the police or be prepared to die. Three police officers were killed after being abducted by terrorists. Last year, journalist Shujaat Bukhari was also murdered by terrorists in Srinagar.

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