Indian Army to launch big operation in Occupied Kashmir
NEW DELHI - Indian Army to launch big operation in Occupied Kashmir for anti terrorists squads.
Indian forces intend to conduct a major operation in occupied Kashmir's Soura area, where violent clashes had erupted between protesters chanting slogans against New Delhi's aggression and illegal occupation of the Muslim-majority region.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, a top Indian police official said the Indian Army was busy preparing for the operation in the area where, on Friday, a demonstration rally was held on the call of the Himalayan region's resistance leaders.
According to the Kashmir Media Service link, scores of people defied the curfew again on Tuesday "in south, north, and central Kashmir…against India’s latest onslaught and imposition of Hindu culture on Kashmiri people".
Many were injured when Indian Army soldiers opened fire, using pellets, bullets, and teargas shells on protesters in the Soura neighbourhood, it said, as New Delhi deliberately aimed to destroy businesses. Locals, the KMS added, were extremely concerned for "their teenaged sons, who were abducted by the troops during nocturnal raids".