Kashmiri Protesters gather around a paramilitary vehicle as it runs over a man during a protest in Srinagar.
Purported video footage of the incident shows the CRPF vehicle being targeted by the crowd with stones.
The incident sparked a wave of protests against Indian atrocities in the occupied valley, as images of the deceased being overrun by the vehicle stumped the social media.
He said further investigations have been taken up.
The injured were immediately rushed to a hospital where condition of one of the injured is stated to be serious.
A speedy vehicle of Indian forces deliberately hit and critically injured a youth who was part of a demonstration in Nowhatta. The vehicle came under attack from hundreds of youth in the area.
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CRPF spokesman Sanjay Sharma said the mob tried to open the back door of the vehicle. "They broke the windows of the vehicle". "However, it's a failure of the local police in the area to have allowed a CRPF gypsy to pass through an nearly 200 strong hostile crowd", National Conference spokesperson Junaid Azim Mattu tweeted, blaming the police for allowing the jeep to pass through a hostile crowd.
Police booked unidentified stone-pelters on June 2 for attempt to murder and rioting while charging the CRPF driver with rash driving in connection with yesterday's clashes in the old city that led to the death of a youth. The Ranbir Penal Code is the equivalent of the Indian Penal Code in Jammu and Kashmir.
Reacting to the incident, former chief minister Omar Abdullah questioned if the no ceasefire meant "no guns, so use jeeps".
The J&K Police confirmed to The Indian Express that two FIRs have been lodged. "There is also a difference in presenting before the audience/readers/followers "a selective picture" and not a "chain of pictures presenting the whole scene", the Jammu and Kashmir Police said in a statement on Twitter.
The separatists in the state had called for a general strike against civilian killings and desecration of the grave of Hizbul commander Sameer Tiger, allegedly by the security forces.