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The death toll in an attack in the Kashmir Valley by militants rose to five after an injured civilian succumbed to his injuries on Sunday, a police official said. "One of the attackers also died", a police source said on Sunday.

The attack took place, officials said, after a police party was clearing road near Malpora fallowing an accident in which a driver was killed.

More details are awaited.

Ahmed had been on the run since August 2015 after his name cropped up in the Udhampur terror strike case.

Meanwhile, complete shutdown was observed in Kulgam and adjoining areas against the killing of Fayaz Ahmad and three civilians.

The funeral of the martyred youth was offered amidst forceful anti-India and pro-freedom slogans in Qaimoh area of Kulgam district.

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Soon after the attack, police had arrested a Pakistani national and member of LeT, later identified as Mohammad Naveed alias Usman. The cordon and search operation followed Intelligence inputs about the presence of militants and foreign terrorists, in the area, an official said.

According to eyewtnesses, as the funeral procession was moving, four militants with assault rifles fired shots in the air, according to Indian Express.

It was the third militant attack in South Kashmir within a week.

He said the police also managed to snatch a pistol from one of the terrorists involved in the attack. More than 500,000 Indian soldiers are deployed in Kashmir regularly to crack down on civilians.

The attack came hours after the government suspended cash transactions at almost 40 branches in sensitive areas of Pulwama and Shopian districts in South Kashmir. Security forces have launched a massive manhunt in South Kashmir, especially in Shopian district, against the terrorists who are carrying out these attacks.

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