Curfew enters fourth day in Bhaderwah against killing » Kashmir Media Service

Jammu, May 19 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, an indefinite curfew continued in Bhaderwah town for the fourth consecutive day, today, against the killing of an elderly man by cow vigilantes in the Nalthi area of the town in Doda district.

Nayeem Ahmed Shah, a resident of Qillah Mohallah, Bhaderwah, was shot dead by cow vigilantes during the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday. The incident triggered protests in the town with people demanding immediate identification and arrest of the killers. The authorities were forced to impose an indefinite curfew and a huge contingent of forces was deployed in Bhaderwah.

A magisterial inquiry was on Saturday ordered into the killing. Sub-District Magistrate (SDM), Thathri, Anwar Bandey was appointed to probe the killing of Nayeem Shah.

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