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Indian troops martyr another youth in Sopore town

Indian troops martyr another youth in Sopore town
February 22, 2019
SRINAGAR (92 News) – In Indian-held Jammu Kashmir (IHK), Indian troops in their fresh act-of-state terrorism martyred another youth in Sopore town, on Friday. The troops martyred the youth during a cordon and search operation in Warpora area of the town. An Indian police official talking to media-men claimed that the youth was killed in an encounter with the troops. Meanwhile, the occupation authorities have imposed restrictions and suspended mobile internet service in Sopore. On the other hand, an officer of Indian Border Security Force committed suicide in Poonch district. This incident raised the number of such deaths amongst the Indian troops and police personnel to 423 in occupied Kashmir since January 2007.
Traders to shut businesses against attacks on Kashmiris
The traders will shut their businesses in Srinagar today as a mark of protest against attacks on the Kashmiris. A group of traders in a media interview said that the decision was taken to protests attacks on Kashmiri traders, students and employees outside the territory. They said the traders have been asked to assemble at Lal Chowk after closing their businesses.
India should stop HR violation in Occupied Kashmir: EU
Earlier, the European (EU) parliament members called upon India to stop gross human rights (HR) violations in Occupied Kashmir and allow the people to exercise their right to self-determination according to the United Nations Resolutions. European Union’s Sub Committee on Human Rights hosted an official exchange of views on situation of human rights in Occupied Kashmir at the European Parliament in Brussels. This was for the first time after 2007 that the issue of Kashmir was discussed publically at an official EU forum. In his remarks, the Chair of the Sub-Committee Pier Antonio PANZERI reiterated EU’s commitment to uphold and protect human rights throughout the world. He pointed out that the issue of Kashmir was the longest unresolved issue on the agenda of United Nations. EU believed that dialogue among nations was necessary to resolve such issues. The discussion focused on the June 2018 report of the United Nations’ Office of High Commissioner on Human Rights (OHCHR) on Kashmir.