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Militants hurled a grenade at a passing army vehicle at Drangbal near Pampore town on the highway but missed, and it exploded on the road, injuring a civilian passer-by.
The government had earlier ordered the withdrawal of cases against those who stoned security forces for the first time.
The demands were made by people putting up at three relief camps set up by the state government here for border dwellers who have been bearing the brunt of heavy Pakistani shelling.
Firing from across the border started on Thursday last and has forced 40,000 people to flee their homes and take shelter in rehabilitation camps or with their relatives.
The death toll from the recent Pakistan ceasefire violations on the international border and Line of Control (LoC) has risen to 12 with the death of another civilian on late Sunday evening.
Mufti while speaking at the passing out parade of new Police constables at Subsidiary Training Centre said that when the entire nation is reaching new heights, Kashmir is moving the wrong way.
Sales of kangri have almost doubled this winter compared to last year, people associated with this trade claimed and attributed it mainly to the erratic power supply.
The separatist camp had called for protest march on the 28th anniversary of "Gaw Kadal Massacre" in which 55 people were allegedly killed and many injured.
Sepoy C K Roy, posted in a forward post in Mankote sector of Poonch district, was injured in Pakistani firing yesterday and succumbed to injuries at the military hospital last night, a police official
Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Abdul Rehman Veeri told the assembly that the government has decided to suspend the concerned SHO till the magisterial probe will be completed.
For the past three days, Pakistan Rangers and Army have directly targeted civilians areas, killing nine persons, including two BSF jawans and two Armymen.
Three civilians, Army man killed in Pakistan firing along LoC, International Border in Jammu and Kashmir
A soldier, identified as Sepoy Mandeep Singh, was killed in Pakistani firing in the Krishna Ghati (KG) sector of Poonch district.
Pakistan Rangers have started indiscriminate heavy shelling and firing on the international border in Samba and Kathua districts.
Four persons including two troopers and two civilians were killed on Friday in widespread ceasefire violation by Pakistan troops.
A senior Gujjar leader of the area, Talib Hussain told New Indian Express on phone that had police acted on time, the life of the minor girl could have been saved.