Both are accused of carrying out a terrorist attack on CRPF personnel on February 14 this year in Pulwama. Sajjad had managed the vehicle which rammed into a CRPF convoy, while Tauseef was his handler, the Army said.
As soon as Khan stepped out of his bullet-proof vehicle, a barrage of bullets were fired by a terrorist, one of which hit his liver and duodenum, police said. On Sunday, Khan's health deteriorated and he was shifted to AIIMS in the afternoon.
Gul Mohammed Mir, a senior BJP leader in his late 50s, was shot dead at his home in Nowgam village on Saturday night. Gul's killing has been condemned by all mainstream political parties in the valley.
The artists aim to promote the idea of peace, harmony, and togetherness through the medium of art in Srinagar. For decades no major exhibition has been held in the Valley. The first time a significant exhibition of modern art was held in Srinagar was in June 1948, exactly 70 years ago.
"Very sad news. The attack cannot be condemned strongly enough. My sympathies to the families & prayers for the injured. The one thing we had all feared this year during the yatra. In spite of recent successes against militants & unprecedented force presence," tweeted Abdullah.
Jammu and Kashmir, Feb 12 (ANI): Amir Hussain, a differently-abled boy from Anantnag district in Jammu and Kashmir is an inspiration for all specially challenged people. He lost both his arms at an early age in a mishap at a sawmill. Accounting to his extraordinary bowling and batting skills, he has been appointed as the captain of state’s para-cricket team. Despite losing both his arms, Amir is one of the finest bowlers and batsman of his locality. He has a unique style of holding the bat between his neck and shoulder, and bowls while holding the ball in his toes. Amir, who has so far played cricket in Jammu, Delhi and Lucknow wishes to join International Para-Cricket team of India.