Shopian: A terrorist and three others were killed as security forces said they responded to an attack on a mobile vehicle checkpost in south Kashmir's Shopian on Sunday evening.
A senior J&K Police official said that when police were called, they found a vehicle some distance away in which three youths were found dead.
The official said a joint mobile vehicle check post (MVCP) near Pohan in Shopian signalled a auto to stop, but it did not.
Following the incident, clashes between surging crowds and security forces erupted in a few Shopian areas, a report said.
However, Srinagar-based defence spokesman Col Rajesh Kalia said the three were over-ground workers and accomplices of the slain terrorist.
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The Army could not immediately furnish the details of the circumstances in which the accomplices were killed.
The three slain were identified as Suhail Khalil Wagay, Mohd Shahid Khan and Shahnawaz Ahmad Wagay.
"In the brief encounter, a militant identified as Shahid Ahmad Dar S/o Mushtaq Ahmad Dar R/o Jamnagri, Shopian was killed".
Residents of the area, however, contested army's claims saying three of the four killed were civilians and not associated with any militant outfit. The family of the Army Major approached the Supreme court against the police FIR.