Human Rights Report declares 2016 for IHK as 'Epidemic of Dead Eyes'
According to the report, the number of killings of civilians, militants and armed forces' personnel were higher this year compared to 2015, Radio Srinagar reported.
The report said that the summer of 2016 "will go into the history of Kashmir as a season of 'Epidemic of Dead Eyes' due to the high magnitude of the havoc created by pellet guns".
The report lays a special focus on the killings and injuries of civilians post the July 8 killing of young militant commander Burhan Wani in an encounter with government forces in south Kashmir.
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It said that human sufferings touched new heights during this year and "this was a horrifying scenario which the valley has not seen since 1989.