Indian troops martyr two Kashmiri youth in Kulgam Hurriyat organizations call for shutdown in IIOJK today


In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism, martyred two more Kashmiri youth in Kulgam district.

The youth were martyred during a violent cor-don and search operation launched by the troops, in Redwani Bala area of the district. The troops sealed all the entry and exit points of the area.

The occupation authorities suspended mobile internet service while the media is not being al-lowed to come close to the site of the military operation. The operation continued till the last reports came in.

Meanwhile, Hurriyat organizations have called for shutdown, today, to press for the demand of release of illegally detained Kashmiris including a women and her daughter who were recently arrested by Indian police in Srinagar.

Call for the shutdown has been given by Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League, Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League, Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Kha-wateen Markaz, Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Con-ference, Jammu and Kashmir Political Resistance Movement, Kashmir Resistance Movement, Jammu and Kashmir Justice League, Jammu and Kashmir Young Mens League, and Jammu and Kashmir Students and Youth Forum. It is also aimed at regis-tering protest against the killing of innocent youth by Indian troops in fake encounters.

Meanwhile, the posters were pasted by these or-ganizations in Srinagar and other areas, appealing the people to observe strike on Friday. The posters were bearing slogans “release Kashmiri political prisoners”, “Return the bodies of our martyrs”, “Stop looting our resources”, “Stop killing of Kashmiris in fake encounters”.

The APHC spokesman and Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League Vice Chairman Syed Aijaz Reh-mani in their statements condemned the arrest of the woman and her daughter in Srinagar.

They ex-pressed solidarity with the families of innocent ci-vilians martyred in staged encounters by the troops.—KMS


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