<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>On the day union finance Minister Arun Jaitley said there will be no compromise with those indulging in violence, security forces allegedly killed a youth by a tear smoke shell in the old Srinagar city on Sunday.Irfan Ahmad was hit when security forces used tear smoke shells to disperse a mob at Malaratta area of Nawa Kadal on Sunday evening. Ninteen-year-old Irfan was hit in his heart and was immediately moved to Shri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital where he was declared dead. Doctors treating on him said Irfan’s heart had ruptured by the tear smoke shell which caused his death.With Irfan’s killing, the death toll in the unrest has climbed to 66 since the unrest began after the killing of Hizbul Mujahedeen militan Burhan Wani on July 8. Over 8,000 people including 4,500 security force personnel have been injured in the unrest.The fresh killing comes just hours after union minister Arun Jaitley asserted that there will be no compromise with those indulging in violence. Jaitley described stone-pelters as ‘not satyagrahis but aggressors’ who are targeting the police and security forces.”They (stone pelters) are not satyagrahis but aggressors. If a police post manned by 10 police personal is attacked by 2000 stone pelters, it is an attack, but some people do not realise it. In such a challenge, the need of the country is that we don’t compromise with the integrity and security of the nation,” he saidSlamming Pakistan for the current unrest, Jaitley said the neighbouring country was “attacking the integrity of India” in a “new way” after failing to snatch Jammu and Kashmir by waging wars and fueling trouble ever since partition in 1947.”Now this time, a serious situation has emerged in which Pakistan, separatists and religious forces have joined hands. In a new way, they are attacking the integrity of India,” he said.Finance minister asked people of Jammu and Kashmir to stand with the country in the “struggle against the separatists” so that “this new phase of Pakistani strategy of war is defeated this time as well”.Jaitley said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has three priorities for Jammu and Kashmir.”There will be no compromise on the security and integrity of the country Secondly, as Jammu and Kashmir has faced violence and wars, it needs development which was denied for past 60 years by National Conference and Congress governments. Thirdly, Jammu, being the support base of BJP, needs added attention,” he said.Meanwhile, police said three incidents of stone pelting were reported from Ganderbal and Sopore.”These incidents were reported from Kangan in Ganderbal, Trumgund and Behrampora in Sopore. The miscreants assembled on roads and pelted stones on police and security forces”, a police spokesman said. Police noted the situation remained under control across the valley till the filing of this report. The restrictions under section 144 Cr PC remained in force in the valley. “However, curfew was imposed in the Srinagar city, town Anantnag and Pampore only,” said the statement.