In occupied Kashmir, at least two-dozen civilians were injured in the firing of Indian police and paramilitary troops in different parts of the Kashmir Valley. In Srinagar, four people were wounded, two of them with pellets, when the police and CRPF fired bullets and teargas shells on the pro-freedom demonstrators at Bohri Kadal. According to KMS, critically injured Shabir Ahmad Sheikh and Abrar Ahmad Malik were shifted to hospital. The locals of Khanyar, Bon Mohalla, Fateh Kadal and Malaratta said that the troops and policemen went berserk after failing to disperse the demonstrators. They said that the personnel barged into residential houses, ransacked household goods and damaged the windowpanes of several houses. Six persons were injured in pitched battles between protesters and the paramilitary forces at Kurhama in Ganderbal. In Soibugh, scores of people staged protests against the arrest of four youth identified as Iqbal Wani, Abdur Rashid, Naseer Malik and Showkat Ahmad, demanding their immediate release. Thousands of people staged anti-India demonstrations in Ajas, Sumbal, Bandipore, Yunsoo, Langate, Kralgund, Trehgam, Tujjer, Darzi Mohalla and Kupwara areas. At least eight people were injured after being thrashed by the paramilitary troops during a demonstration at Zaloora in Sopore.