Shutdown in Occupied Kashmir against Indian troops operations
SRINAGAR - In Occupied Kashmir, complete shutdown was observed in Pulwama against the four-hour long nocturnal operation carried out by the Indian troops and police personnel in Rohmoo area of the district.
According to Kashmir Media Service, the troops barged into their houses and started thrashing whatever came their way adding that even women and children were not spared.
The soldiers also arrested, at least, seven innocent youth besides smashing windowpanes and damaging the parked vehicles.
Students of Muslim Educational Institute Pampore took to streets against the killing of classmate, Faizan Ahmad, during firing by Indian troops on protesters at Chatapora in Pulwama on Friday.
Meanwhile, Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference Chairman, Shabbir Ahmad Dar, in a statement said that the Indian troops had made the lives of the people in Hajin, Pulwama, Kulgam and other areas of the Kashmir Valley miserable.
The students of the Central University of Kashmir brushed aside the protocol for Indian national anthem by refusing to stand up during the first convocation of the university, today. The event kicked off by playing the national anthem of India, but the students did not stand up.
On the other hand, the demand for initiation of an independent commission to investigate the gross human rights violations by the Indian forces in occupied Kashmir was raised at a roundtable in Geneva.