Indian government latest actions puts life of Hurriyat leaders at risk in Occupied Kashmir

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Indian government latest actions puts life of Hurriyat leaders at risk in Occupied Kashmir

SRINAGAR - Indian government latest actions puts life of Hurriyat leaders at risk in Occupied Kashmir.

Indian government has withdrawn the security of five Kashmiri leaders and all public facilities extended to them.

A notification of dropping the security cover has also been released by the Indian ministry of interior.

According to the communique, security granted to five Hurriyat leaders – Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Abdul Ghani Butt, Bilal Loon, Hashim Qureshi and Shabbir Shah – has been withdrawn at the same time directives for immediately withdrawing official facilities extended to the leaders has also been issued.

Pakistan strongly rejected allegations levelled by the Modi government and media linking the February 14 suicide attack in occupied Kashmir which killed at least 44 Indian paramilitary forces.

“We strongly reject any insinuation by elements in the Indian media and government that seek to link the attack to Pakistan without investigations,” the Foreign Office (FO) said in a statement.

A suicide car bomber rammed a bus carrying troopers belonging to Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in the deadliest attack on Indian occupying forces there since 2002.