IGP Kashmir: International media reports on firing in Kashmir are fake news

BBC has reported a fake news about the protest in Kashmir and claimed that Jammu & Kashmir Police had fired the live bullets on protesters but Jammu & kashmir police has denied the claim of BBC news and SP Pani, IGP Kashmir clarified that international media reports on firing in Kashmir are fake news. Nothing has happened.

SP Pani, IGP Kashmir denies media reports of police firing in Kashmir says,”This is to clarify some international media reports regarding firing incidents in the valley,they are wrong, no such incident has taken place. Valley has remained largely peaceful over last 1 week”

Chief Secretary and DGP Jammu & Kashmir request people not to believe fabricated and motivated news. No firing incident has taken place in Kashmir over 6 days.

CS and DGP clarified that people should not believe any mischievous and motivated news regarding firing incidents in the valley. The police have not fired a single bullet so far in 6 days. The situation is calm, people are co-operative and restrictions are being relaxed to ease the situation. Srinagar and other towns were full of traffic and people busy with Eid shopping today.

Earlier MHA spokesperson has also said that There are media reports claiming there was a protest involving 10,000 people in Srinagar. This is completely fabricated and incorrect. There have been a few stray protests in Srinagar/Baramulla and none involved a crowd of more than 20 people.

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