State Terrorism: Indian troops martyred two more Kashmiri youth in Fake encounter
SRINAGAR – Indian troops, in their fresh act of state terrorism, martyred two Kashmiri youths at Naina Sangam in Bijbehara area of occupied Kashmir during a cordon and search operation that began last night.
One of the deceased youths was identified as a local commander, Furqan. The internet remains suspended in the occupied valley with imposition of stringent curfew since Aug. 5 last year.
On the other hand, India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) carried out a raid at a seminary in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district.
The NIA sleuths raided Darul-Uloom in Pinglana area of Pulwama district and confiscated some documents.
Today’s raid came a week after NIA arrested former President of the LoC Traders Association, Tanveer Ahmed Wani, a resident of Pulwama.
Importantly, India has also launched a massive crackdown against virtual private network (VPN) users in the territory for accessing Facebook, Whatsapp, Twitter and other social networking sites.
Although India claims that it has restored Internet service in limited areas in the occupied territory, Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram and other social networking sites are still banned. However, Kashmiris are raising their voice against illegal Indian occupation and brutalities of the Indian forces by accessing the said sites through VNP and proxy servers.
As per a report released by international news organisation, Reuters, India has detained hundreds of Kashmiris and banned communications after ending special status of occupied Kashmir on August 5, last year.