A top army source said following this a security ring was thrown around the locality.
People flouting restrictions came out of their houses in Kulgam and Pulwama areas and staged forceful anti-India protest demonstrations against the brutalities of Indian forces. "Civilians residing within the radius of two kilometres of an encounter site should stay inside their homes and make sure their children are indoors too", the advisory by Jammu and Kashmir police reads.
"At 11.30 pm on Saturday we got the information from the police that four militants are hiding there". The fierce gunbattle continued for 10-hours as the security forces surrounded the house in Frisal village to flush out the terrorists.
Reports said around two dozen people, including protestors as well as security personnel, were injured in these clashes.
Bhandoriya, 33, is survived by wife B Hemavati, while Sepoy Raghubeer Singh, 31, is survived by wife Rekha. He mentioned that as the security forces were closing in on the position of the militants, they opened up firing resulting in the injuries to five soldiers. Two more militants of the Hizbul outfit have been gunned down by the army.
Clashes took place in several places when the Indian forces tried to prevent the marchers from moving ahead.
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A crowd quickly gathered around the house as soon as the shootout began as military personnel had to disperse onlookers.
One of the critically injured youth identified as 22-year-old Mushtaq Ahmad of Srigufwara, Bijbehara succumbed to injuries.
Following the gunfight, intense clashes broke out in the area between villagers and government forces.
Police, in a press statement, that investigation has been started in the case of the civilian killed during the protest.
He also attacked Congress for questioning the veracity of the surgical strikes, which, he said, "insulted the armed forces and the valour of those who made supreme sacrifice for the country".