Police Inspector injured in Bemina terror attack
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Police Inspector injured in Bemina terror attack

Security beefed up across city 

Post by Irfan Yattoo on Sunday, December 10, 2023

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Srinagar, Dec 09: A policeman was injured after he was shot at by terrorists in Bemina area of Srinagar on Saturday evening. The injured policeman was taken to a hospital and the area was cordoned off to track the attackers, police said.
The injured policeman was identified as Inspector Mohammad Hafiz Chad  and was shifted immediately to SKIMS for specialized treatment.
A police spokesman said that terrorists fired upon & injured one police personnel namely Mohammad Hafiz Chad S/O Gh Hassan Chad R/O Hamdaniya colony Bemina. 
A police official said that preliminary investigation reveals that a pistol was used in this terror crime.
He also said they have registered a case in this regard under relevant sections of law. The investigation is in progress and officers continue to work to establish the full circumstances of this terror crime,” he said.
Mohammad Hafiz Chad is a resident of Karnah in north Kashmir's Kupwara district and  lives in Bemina area at present.
Over the past two months, it is fourth terror incident in the Valley. Following the spurt in target killings, the security has been beefed in the Kashmir valley. 
On Friday,Police Inspector, injured in Eidgah terrorist attack succumbed at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi a day after he was airlifted to the national capital for specialised treatment.
Wani was airlifted to Delhi on Wednesday from Paras Hospital Srinagar in an Air Ambulance. Earlier on October 29, he was shot with a pistol from point blank range when he was playing cricket in Eidgah area of city.
Security forces have intensified the checking of vehicles and pedestrians in Pulwama and other parts of Jammu and Kashmir following the attacks. 
Mobile vehicle checkpoints have been established at all major intersections in Srinagar as well as at the city's exit points.
These incidents follow a pattern of violence, as earlier in the year, on July 13, three migrant workers from Bihar were wounded when terrorists opened fire on them in South Kashmir's Shopian.
Last year, 10 people from outside the state, including a bank manager from Rajasthan and a teacher, were killed and over a dozen injured in a series of terrorists attacks, mostly in south Kashmir.

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