In occupied Kashmir, one more youth injured in firing by Indian troops succumbed to his injuries, this morning, while restrictions and curfew continued in Srinagar and other towns. According to Kashmir Media Service, the 22-year-old youth, Bilal Ahmad Sheikh was injured when the troops resorted to firing, excessive teargas shelling and heavy baton charge to disperse protesters in Singhpora area of Pattan on August 14 and was admitted in Soura Medical Institute in Srinagar. Unidentified gunmen killed three persons, including mother and a daughter at Damal Hanjipora and in Chakoora area of Pulwama. The occupation authorities continued to clamp curfew in nine police station areas of Srinagar city and in Sopore, Bijbehara and Pulwama towns. The authorities had also imposed restrictions in Trehgam, Islamabad and other towns in the Valley. Shops, educational institutions, public transport, banks, post offices and other business are closed because of curfew and the shutdown called by veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani as part of the ongoing Quit Kashmir campaign. Indian police arrested 17 youth from different areas of Srinagar for participating in anti-India demonstrations. At least a dozen persons were injured, with most of them sustaining pellet gun injuries, in the police action against the demonstrators protesting against the arrest of innocent youth at Zanmpa Kadal in Chattabal area of Srinagar. Indian troops resorted to firing, heavy baton charge and excessive teargas shelling to break up demonstrations in Bemina, Bijbehara, Panzalpora, Islamabad, Kulgam, Shopian, Nihama, Tahab, Khrew, Latipora, Samboora, Baramulla, Pulwama, Kangan, Ganderbal and Tangmarg areas, injuring scores of people.