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Jammu/Kashmir: The sudden killing of Rising Kashmir news paper Editor Sujaat Bukhari and army man Aurangzeb by the terrorist in two separate incidents created a tensed situation among the people of Jammu-Kashmir. The valley's people generated a havoc condition and expressed their anger on the death of the two personalities.

The huge mob gathered on the streets of J&K's Anantanaag on Friday and started pelting stones targetting the army personells immediately after special Eid prayers. In return, the security forces were forced to fire tear gas on the stone pelters.

In view of the deteriorating condition in the valley, PM Modi held the meeting with Home Minister Rajnath Singh on the security situation in Jammu and Kashmir and also to review the temporary break of operations during the month of Ramzan that ended on Friday (June 15).

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