Three Kashmiri youth martyred by Indian forces in Tral, occupied Kashmir

Three Kashmiri youth martyred by Indian forces in Tral, occupied Kashmir
SRINAGAR: Indian forces martyred three Kashmiri youth in their fresh act of state terrorism in Tral, occupied Kashmir.

 

Indian troops destroyed a house with heavy mortar shelling during a search operation in Dadsara area of Tral town.

 

Three bodies recovered from the waste of house and were identified as Mohammad Ishaq Parray, Asif Ahmad Mir and Aashiq Hussain Bhat.

 

Kashmiri People held a protest and marched towards the area.

 

They played pro-freedom songs on loudspeakers in support of freedom fighters.

 

Indian troops fired tear gas shells and used brute force to stop the protesters.

 

The Superintendent of Police of Awantipora claimed that the three were militants who were hiding in a residential house and killed in a gun battle.

 

Kashmir was divided between India and Pakistan in 1947 and also fought a war in 1948 on Kashmir.

 

Pakistan always raised voice at international platform for resolving the Kashmir issue between two rival countries.

 

Kashmiris are fighting against Indian forces and demanding for independence or merger with Pakistan.

 

Tens of thousands of civilians have been killed during the fighting.