Indian government preparing for massive genocide of Kashmiris, sharp shooters deployed

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Indian government preparing for massive genocide of Kashmiris, sharp shooters deployed

SRINAGAR – Narendra Modi-led Hindu nationalist Indian government has started preparations for launching massive genocide of Kashmiris, Indian occupation forces have constructed more than 24 bunkers in Srinagar and sharpshooters have been deployed at ramparts.

Jammu and Kashmir remained under severe military siege for 25th consecutive day on Thursday as tens of thousands of Indian troops continue to enforce stringent curfew imposed by the Indian government in fear of uprising and anti-India protests includes travel restrictions and total communication blackout.

The Kashmir valley is under strict lockdown since August 5 when Narendra Modi-led Hindu nationalist Indian government in New Delhi stripped occupied Kashmir of its special status by abrogating Article 370 of the Indian Constitution through a rushed presidential decree.

The occupation authorities have converted the Kashmir valley into a military garrison by the deployment of such a large number of Indian troops and paramilitary personnel in every nook and corner of the Muslim-majority Himalayan region.

According to Kashmir Media Service, Indian occupation forces are being anticipated to conduct a major crackdown in Kashmir’s Soura region, where violent clashes had erupted between protesters chanting slogans against New Delhi’s aggression and illegal moves.

However, in several towns and areas, people defying the curfew and other restrictions have been staging protests to express their resentment and anger against nefarious move of Modi government. At least 500 incidents of protests have occurred in the occupied territory so far during which hundreds of people have been injured by the firing of bullets, pellets and teargas shells by Indian occupation forces. A senior government official told media that as many as 36 persons have received pellet injuries since August 5. He said that the numbers were based on records available with hospital authorities in Srinagar. The data from other hospitals of the valley was not available.