Unidentified dead body of a man was recovered from Kullan area of central Kashmir's Ganderbal district on Wednesday, police said.
Police official told The Kashmiriyat that the locals informed the police about the body which was found near a river bed in the forest above new power project Balti Kullan In Gund area of the district.
He said a police team immediately rushed to the area and recovered the semi-decomposed male dead body seems to be a non local.
He also said that the Dead body has been shifted to PHC Kullan.
He further said The deceased was not carrying any identity proof, however a nepali currency note was found in his pocket,he said.
“Efforts are on to ascertain the identity of the deceased,” he said.
Police have registered a case under section 174 CrPc and started further investigations in this regard, he added
The Residents of Waghama area in South Kashmir's Bijbehara area have alleged that they are facing shortage of Drinking water from the past 3 Months
The Locals of the area while speaking to The Kashmiriyat alleged that despite several complaints the PHE Department has been unable to restore water supply to the area.
"Since we have had issues of Drinking water from the past three months, Now locals use water from a Local Canal, Which Is Very Much Polluted," a local told The Kashmiriyat.
Upon contacting the PHE Department, they said that they will restore the Water supply in the area as soon as possible.
The Chairman of Ummat e Islami, Mirwaiz Qazi Ahmed Yasir has been arrested yet again in Islamabad Township on Wednesday Night.
A Police party raided the house of Mirwaiz Qazi Yasir late night on Wednesday around 11 15 pm and arrested Mirwaiz South Kashmir.
This is the fourth time in a less than 11 days that Mirwaiz Qazi Yasir has been arrested.
Mirwaiz Yasir has been lodged in the Police station Sadr.
Meanwhile Ummat e Islami has paid glowing tributes to Sameer Tiger and his colleague, Aaqib Khan saying that Youth of Kashmir have given countless sacrifices for the cause of Freedom, be it in the form of Militants, Protesters or Students.
"The Killing of non combatants is a testimony to the fact that India wants Kashmir without Kashmiris," the spokesman quoted Mirwaiz Qazi Yasir as having said.
The Party has strongly denounced his frequent arrests and said that the state fears Mirwaiz Qazi Yasir that is why he is detained everytime some mishap occurs in South Kashmir.
"They knew that Mirwaiz Qazi Yasir has a huge following in Turkwangam, that is why they arrested him immediately after a civilian was killed in the area," the spokesman said.
The members demanded an immediate release of Mirwaiz Qazi Yasir.
The Party also condemned the continuous detention of Hurriyat District President, Mir Hafeezullah.
Massive Stone Throwing Clashes erupted in Bellow area of South Kahsmir's Pulwama District on Thursday afternoon.
Locals told The Kashmiriyat that Scores of youth threw stones on the CRPF Camp located in the Bellow area.
The troops Fired tear smoke shells force to disperse the youth, however the youth grouped in massive numbers and continued throwing stones on the camp.
The clashes were going on when this report was filed.
The Kashmir Valley has received fresh rainfall on Thursday.
Met Officials say that A fresh Western Disturbance has approached the Western Himalayas yesterday and has already given rain and thundershowers over Jammu Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand.
In the last 24 hours from 08:30 am on Wednesday, Banihal recorded 3.6 mm of rain, Islamabad, 1.8 mm, Shopian 1.7 mm, Pulwama 2.00 mm, Kulgam 1.8 mm, Batote 7.8 mm, Bhaderwah 3.8 mm, Gulmarg 5 mm, Katra 2.8 mm, Pahalgam 3.8 mm and Srinagar 1.9 mm of rainfall.
Successive Western Disturbances are expected to affect Western Himalayas in the coming days therefore, we expect on and off rain and thundershower activities to continue till May 8.
Intense Clashes have started in the Mogalpora area of Turkwangam in Southern Kashmir's Shopian district on Wednesday evening.
Local Sources told The Kashmiriyat that at least two people have sustained injuries in the initial clashes.