“A mob attacked the house of sub inspector Mohammad Ashraf Pal at Chandrigam and beat up his wife and daughter. Both were injured in the attack,” a police official said.
Protesters clashing with police in Srinagar AP
The injured duo were shifted to sub district hospital Awantipora where their condition is stated to be stable.
The Kashmir Valley was calm on July 13 but large areas were under strict curfew for a fifth day, even as two more persons wounded in street clashes died in Srinagar, taking the death toll to 36 in violent protests. However, despite relative calm, clashes occurred between the security forces and unruly mobs at more than three dozen places.
Injured Kashmiris indiatoday
To save the trapped policemen, security forces opened fire at the mob injuring 14 persons. One of the injured later succumbed to bullet injuries, police sources said.
Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, the Chairman of the Hurriyat Conference, taken into custody Twitter