200 injured in forces action in south Kashmir 54 hit by bullets, 38 receive pellet injuries

About 200 people sustained injuries in forces action in south Kashmir after killing of 12 militants and four civilians on Sunday.

The police and CRPF men fired tear gas, pellets and bullets to disperse the protestors at many places in south Kashmir.
According to medicos, over 200 people injured in the forces action were referred to different hospitals in south Kashmir.

At least 23 injured were brought to District Hospital Kulgam. Of them, 16 had bullet injuries while seven had sustained pellets. 11 people with bullet injuries and another with critical pellet injuries were referred to Srinagar hospitals for specialised treatment.

At Public Health Centre Harmain of Shopian district, 16 injured were brought. Four of them with firearm injury and another with pellet injury were referred to Srinagar hospitals.
District Hospital Shopian received 150 injured. 25 among them had pellet injuries and 30 were hit by bullets and all of them were referred to Srinagar hospitals. Of the 25 hit by pellets, 22 had sustained injuries in eyes.
Many injured were brought to Zainapora hospital in Shopian. Two injured, who had sustained bullet Injuries, were referred to Srinagar.

During Zubair Turray’s funeral at Shopian main town inside Eid Gah, forces fired tear gas shells and bullets to disperse mourners. At least 15 people sustained injuries due to the barbed wire fencing. Forces also damaged several bikes in the area.
At Pulwama hospital, three pellet injured were received and one was brought dead. The forces indulged in intense firing by entering into the premises of the hospital, forcing doctors and medical staff to flee from the rear side of the hospital.
Five injured were brought from Shopian to District Hospital Anantnag. Of the five, two had pellet wounds and two were hit by bullets.