KL NEWS NETWORK
As the situation in Kashmir Valley remains on edge over the killing of militant commander Burhan Wani, the death toll has risen to 30, the reports said.
As per the reports, 29 civilian protestors and a cop are among the 30 people killed since Friday evening—when Burhan was killed along with his two associates in Kokernag.
Srinagar’s twin health centres are reportedly abuzz with the ambulances ferrying wounded from many parts of Kashmir. District level hospitals are also said to cater huge rush of wounded. On their part, the forces have locked down the simmering south Kashmir where violent protests amid clashes broke out over Burhan’s killing. Srinagar and north Kashmir remain under heavy concentration of forces to derail any attempts of protests.
Despite imposing the strict curfew Monday, people have reportedly defied the curfew, taking to streets at different places in central and south Kashmir.