An encounter broke out between security forces and terrorists in Chadoora area of Budgam district in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday.
A joint team of 53 Rashtriya Rifles, Special Operations Group of police and CRPF had launched a search and cordon operation after they received information about the presence of militants in Durbugh village.
The official said that the search operation turned into a gunbattle after militants opened fire on security forces.
The gun battle between security forces and terrorists was going on till last reports came in, the official said.
Witnesses said intense clashes between rock-throwing protesters and government forces erupted just a few hundred meters (yards) from the besieged house, with police and paramilitary soldiers firing shotgun pellets and tear gas to stop the protest. Meanwhile reports said that a dozen of civilians were injured who were protesting near the encounter site.
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One civilian was martyred after being hit by a bullet of Indian troops in Chadoora area of Budgam district, in Indian occupied Kashmir today.
In Srinagar, police stopped an ambulance and took custody of the body of a 23-year-old student, Zahid Rashid, killed in the protests.
People creating hurdles during anti-terror operations and displaying flags of Pakistan and ISIS in Jammu and Kashmir will be dealt as anti-nationals and will face "harsh" actions, the Army Chief said. On the other side, government forces razed the house where militants were holed up to ground by blasting it with IEDs.
Briefing ANI in Srinagar about the Budgam encounter, CRPF Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Dr. Sanjay Kumar said that the obstruction by the locals made their operation even more hard, as they were forced to divert their attention from the militants. The boy had been brought to a Srinagar hospital where doctors declared him dead. They leaders condemned the deaths the of three youngsters in Chadoora and also urged people to hold protests after prayers on Friday.
Andrabi said the killing of civilians "will certainly vitiate atmosphere of peace in the Valley".