Anti-India Kashmir resistance gains strong strength

srinagar—In occupied Kashmir the Indian occupation forces despite using heavy weapons against Kashmiri fights are facing still resistance despite latest death toll of pro-freedom fighters as 51 in Awantipura area of Pulwama district. Indian forces are now fully frustrated and in their frustration belleting even teenagers.
Indian police resorted to firing and teargas shelling on peaceful demonstrators who were protesting at Charsoo in Awantipora area of the district yesterday against the civilian killings by Indian forces during the ongoing Intifada. One of the critical injured youth, Mushtaq Ahmed Butt, succumbed when he was being shifted to a hospital in Srinagar. Dozens of youth were also injured, some of them critically, due to the use of excessive force by Indian troops and police on peaceful demonstrations in Srinagar, Ganderbal, Tral, Pulwama, Kulgam, Khudwani, Qaimooh, Islamabad, Kokarnag, Qazigund, Shopian, Sopore, Pattan, Baramulla and Bandipora areas.
Meanwhile, the puppet authorities continued to impose strict curfew and other restrictions in the Kashmir Valley on the 15th consecutive day, today, and put all Hurriyet leaders under house arrest or in police custody to prevent demonstrations against the killing spree. Despite curfew, people staged forceful demonstrations at Batamaloo in Srinagar, today, over the arrest of innocent youth by Indian police during nocturnal raids. They raised high-pitched pro-freedom and anti-India slogans. The police fired teargas shells to disperse the demonstrators.
Indian police arrested the All Parties Hurriyet Conference leaders including Devinder Singh when they were holding a protest in Jammu against killing of innocent people by Indian forces in the Kashmir Valley. Complete shutdown marked by demonstrations was observed in Banihal, Gool and Sangaldan areas of Jammu region against the civilian killings.
The residents of Manjakote area of Jammu also held a protest march against the killing of peaceful protesters.
The APHC Chairman, Syed Ali Gilani, and Hurriyet leaders, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik, in a joint statement in Srinagar appealed to the world community to take cognizance of the genocide of Kashmiris.–KMS

Share this post

    scroll to top