The troops killed the youth during a siege and search operation at Chapran Gujjarpatti in Aragam area of the district.
The latest addition has taken the death toll to 117.
Meanwhile, 300 more Kashmiris were injured when Indian army shot them with shrapnel guns.
Kashmir Valley remains shut for the 76th consecutive day, today, against the civilian killings by Indian forces.
The puppet authorities continue to impose curfew and other restrictions in Srinagar and other areas to prevent a protest march.
Public transport, shops, educational institutions and business are undergoing a complete shutdown. Barbed wires have been spread on the roads to prevent protests.
Hurriyet leaders have extended the strike call till September 29.
Authorities have imposed a curfew in large parts of occupied Kashmir since July 9 during an upsurge in violence sparked by the murder of a top commander called Burhan Wani by Indian security forces.
Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan since the end of British colonial rule in August 1947 but both claim the territory in full.
Separatist groups fighting Indian troops and police seek either independence or a merger with Pakistan.
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