Police denies militant attack on Air Force Station in Pulwama district

Mentally Challenged Person Killed Near Air Force Station In Kashmir's Budgam

Government forces killed a mentally-challenged person after he allegedly ignored repeated warning when he attempted to enter Air Force station, Srinagar, a police spokesman said on Monday.

According to police, "At around 1800 hrs, terrorists fired bullets and lobbed grenades at Malangpora water point outside Awantipora Air Force station".

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Talking to his relatives and neighbours at his home in Soibug, it emerged that Habibullah had left home on Sunday night. The sentry gave warning shots but when individual did not stop they fired at him. Several warnings were issued after the deceased had crossed the security fence and came close to the perimeter wall. He is survived by four sons and a daughter. "The man was barefoot, without any warm clothes and had no identity card", he said, adding that a case has been registered into the incident. "He used to roam from one place to another, not because he was mentally challenged but because he was distressed with his extreme penury". "Search operations are underway", an army spokesperson said.

Thousands participated in his funeral amid pro- azadi slogans.



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