More than 1.7 million pellets have fired by Indian Troops in the Valley in last month which was admitted by the Indian troops in the High Court .
Indian Army killed a lecturer in the Kashmir on the night between August 17 and 18 which again sparked violence and unrest in the Valley.
Indian army admitted its mistake and said that actions by its soldiers like the one in which a lecturer was killed will not be tolerated.
"These raids were not sanctioned in the first place. It is unjusitified. Nobody can support it and it will not be tolerated," Northern Army Commander Lt Gen DS Hooda told reporters.
He said an inquiry has been ordered into the incident that took place during the intervening night of August 17 and 18 in Khrew area of Pulwama district.
Shabir Ahmad Monga, a lecturer, was killed and 18 others sustained injuries when they were thrashed by army personnel who were conducting nocturnal raids to arrest stone pelters in the area.