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Two Hizbul Mujahideen militants were killed while a CRPF jawan and a Jammu and Kashmir policeman suffered injuries during an encounter in the city's Nawakadal area on Tuesday, police said. Two weapons and several rounds of ammunition were recovered from near the slain terrorists.
A CRPP man and a Jammu and Kashmir police personnel were injured in the firing by militants, police said. The mobile internet service in the area has been suspended. As the joint team approached towards the suspected house, officials said, the hiding militants fired upon them, triggering off an encounter. This information has been given by the police of Kashmir Zone. So far, there have been no reports of casualties in the encounter, The Indian Express reported.