Srinagar: Students clashed with forces across Kashmir valley on Tuesday after the killing of LeT commander Abu Dujana in a gunfight with forces in Pulwama district.
Massive protests rocked the University of Kashmir campus in Srinagar against the killing of militants and a civilian in Pulwama.
Sources said that hundreds of students marched through the varsity campus raising pro-freedom slogans.
Also saising pro-Pakistan, Pro-Dujana and anti-India slogans the students marched through various departments.
Student protests also erupted in many parts of Srinagar and other parts of the valley.
Clashes erupted in city centre Lalchwok as well as soon as the news about the killing of Lashkar commander Abu Dujana spread.
Students of SP Higher Secondary school and Kothi Bagh Higher Secondary school appeared in the city centre and pelted stones on Forces.
Initially, the students pelted stones on CRPF bunker outside Telegraph office. This led to chaos in the city centre.
Later as soon as police retaliated, the students pelted stones on them triggering ding dong battles. Police used tear gas shells to disperse the protesting students.
The clashes took place near Abi Guzar, Kothi Bagh Higher Secondary and Ganta Ghar areas of the city centre.
The clashes disrupted the traffic movement and led to massive chaos in the city centre.
Meanwhile reports of student clashes also came from Amar Singh College Srinagar, GDC Kulgam and Shopian.
Authorities have shut all the schools across Kashmir fearing more protests.
Reports of student protests have also been received from Kulgam, Handwara, Pulwama and Shopian.
Dujana was killed along with Arif Lelhari during a gunfight with forces in Hakripora village of Pulwama earlier today.