J&K: 91 civilians killed in police firing in 2010
New Delhi: Ninety-one civilians were killed
and 494 others injured in police firing in Jammu and Kashmir in 2010, the Rajya Sabha was informed Wednesday.
"As per National Crime Record Bureau data, 91 civilians
got killed and 494 civilian got injured in police firing
during 2010 in Jammu and Kashmir," Minister of State for Home
Jitendra Singh informed Rajya Sabha in a written reply.
He, however, dismissed the suggestion that the number of
police personnel, who become victims of violence at the hands
of rioters, is highest in Kashmir in comparison to other
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