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Indian troops martyr two Kashmiris in Sopore

Indian troops martyr two Kashmiris in Sopore
June 25, 2020
SRINAGAR (KMS) – In Occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred two Kashmiris in Sopore town on Thursday. The troops martyred the youths during a cordon and search operation in Hardshiva area of the town. An Indian police official claimed that the youths were militants and killed in a clash with the troops. He said that the bodies of the youth were not recovered yet and the operation was going on. The occupation authorities have snapped the 2G internet service in the area while high-speed 4G connectivity continues to remain suspended in entire Occupied Kashmir since August 5, last year, when fascist Modi government repealed the special status of the territory and placed it under strict military siege. Meanwhile, the troops during another operation arrested half a dozen youth in different areas of Badgam district.
IOK HC extends interim relief to Gowhar Geelani till July 24
In Occupied Kashmir, the High Court has extended the interim relief it had given to author and senior journalist, Gowhar Geelani, by directing police not to take coercive steps against him till July 24. The directive was passed after counsel of Gowhar Geelani sought an adjournment of the matter on account that his client was unwell. Earlier, the court on June 17 had directed police not to take coercive steps against the journalist in any matter. He also submitted that the petitioner had strong merit to be acquitted in the case registered at cyber police station in Srinagar, and questioning of the order passed by the Inspector General of Police, Kashmir, whereby the investigation of the case was transferred to Sadder police station. The relief sought was objected by the authorities’ counsel, BA Dar, on the grounds that the matter was under investigation by police and the court could not interfere in the police investigation. In another plea, Gowhar Geelani had also challenged the order passed by Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir whereby investigation of the case was transferred to Sadr police station.
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