A police official said a Sub Inspector Imran Ahmad Tak and an SPO were injured in the militant firing during an anti-militancy operation in Zakura area in outskirts of Srinagar this evening.
A policeman lost his life in a terrorist attack in Srinagar.
Three militants travelling in a auto opened fire on a police team at the Zakura crossing on Srinagar-Ganderbal road, killing sub-inspector Imran Tak and injuring a special police officer (SPO), the official said. Police said three terrorists travelling in a auto opened fire on the police van, causing injuries to Tak.
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He said that it was not an attack, but a shootout on the police party after security forces launched an operation in the area. "It is possible that Mir might have received a bullet during the Zakura shootout".
Another militant was arrested, police said.
Sources said police is questioning the arrested militant who has been identified as Tauseef Ahmad, a resident of Parimpora area of Srinagar. "He succumbed while fleeing", said a police officer. "His body has reached his home and we have started further investigation", they said.
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When contacted, a police officer in Parmpora said he does not know where Mir was killed.
IGP Kashmir Muneer Khan said there was a shootout between police party and militants in the area.
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