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Political parties in J&K condemn killing of policeman by militants in Kulgam

Constable Banto Sharma, resident of Wanpoh area, was killed Friday. Politicians including Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti and Sajad Lone took to twitter to express condolences.

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Srinagar: Militants on Friday shot dead a policeman in Kulgam district of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said.

Terrorists fired at a police personnel, Banto Sharma (Follower) of Wanpoh, around 6 pm, and injured him, they said. He was shifted to a hospital but succumbed to injuries.

Political parties in the Valley, including National Conference and PDP, condemned the killing.

I unequivocally condemn the militant attack in Kulgam district of South Kashmir. My heartfelt condolences to the family & colleagues of Constable Bantoo Sharma of Railway Protection Force who was killed in the line of duty earlier this evening. May his soul rest in peace, National Conference vice president Omar Abdullah said in a tweet.

“Very sorry to hear about the terrorist attack in Kulgam today that claimed yet another innocent life. Deepest condolences & prayers with Bantoo Sharma ji’s family. May his soul rest in peace” PDP president Mehbooba Mufti.

Peoples Conference (PC) chairman Sajad Lone also condemned the killing.

Strongly condemn the killing of a policeman in Kulgam. May Allah give patience to the family of Bantu Sharma to bear this loss. And May the killers rot in hell, Lone tweeted.

Also read: BJP worker shot dead by militants in J&K’s Kulgam district


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