Indian Forces arrested dozens of Kashmiri youth in fake operations after massive protests across valley
SRINAGAR - Indian forces arrested dozens of Kashmiri youth during cordon and search operations and house raids to prevent anti-India protests a day ahead of the observance of Kashmir solidarity Day in Pakistan.
India’s National Investigation Agency along with Central Reserve Police Force and police personnel raided several locations in Kupwara, Pulwama and Shopian to create an atmosphere of threat and harassment.
Meanwhile, protest demonstrations were held at various places including Pulwama, Srinagar and Shopian to denounce the Indian military repression and the ongoing siege and lockdown on 184th consecutive day, today. Pro-freedom posters were pasted at many places in the territory.
An Indian army vehicle deliberately hit and injured five persons, including a woman and a teenage girl in Qazigund area of Islamabad district, today.
On the other hand, addressing an event in connection with the Kashmir Solidarity Day in New York, the US-based Kashmiri representative, Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai said the United Nations has the opportunity to effect a positive resolution to the conflict and resulting humanitarian situation by promoting the conditions of the original mandate.