Eight people were killed and injured during anti-Indian demonstrations in the Kashmir region

Two people were killed and seven others wounded in anti-Indian protests in Kashmir on Thursday after a fierce gun battle killed three Indian soldiers and two suspected rebels, police said.

The Indian army announced the killing of three soldiers and two suspected insurgents in an attack by militants on the army camp in Kashmir province. The spokesman of the Indian army, Col. Rajesh Kalia, The militants used guns and grenades to target soldiers northwest of the main city of Srinagar in Kashmir.

It is noteworthy that the territory of “Kashmir”, divided between India and Pakistan, and demands the two countries to control the whole region.