Four Kashmiri youths martyred, five Indian soldiers killed in IHK
SRINAGAR (KMS) – Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred four more Kashmiri youths in Occupied Kashmir.
On the other hand, five Indian troops, including an officer identified as Major DS Dondial, Head Constable Seva Ram, Sepoy Ajay Kumar and Sepoy Hari Singh were killed and a soldier was injured in an attack in the same area of the district.
Meanwhile, the operation was going on in the area, till last reports came in.
Strike observed in IHK against violent attacks of Hindu fanatics
Earlier on Sunday, a complete strike was observed in Indian Held Kashmir against the violent attacks of Hindu fanatics against Muslims.
The strike call was issued by the Kashmir Traders and Manufacturers Forum, Kashmir Economic Alliance and other trade bodies of the Occupied Valley.
Earlier on Saturday, traders downed their shutters in Lal Chowk and adjoining markets to register protest against attacks on Kashmiris in Jammu and India.
The shopkeepers lowered their shutters at 3pm following which shutdown call issued by all trade bodies of the Valley.
The traders also took out a protest march to condemn the attacks on Kashmiris. The protesters demanded the safety of Kashmiri traders and students who are being harassed outside the Occupied Valley.
Meanwhile, members of Jammu and Kashmir Awami Ittehad Party held a sit-in protest at Press Enclave in Srinagar against the attacks on Kashmiri Muslims in Jammu and India.
The protesters were holding banners and placards that read “Stop targeting Kashmiri people living in India”, “Give protection to Kashmiri people in Jammu”, “Solve Kashmir dispute through self-determination” and “Don’t celebrate killings”.
A couple of days ago, Hindu fanatics wrecked havoc in Janipur area of Jammu city, instilling fear among the Kashmiri employees who are residing in the government quarters.
The employees said that the police had done absolutely nothing to stop the Hindu arsonists who kept pelting stones on Kashmiri vehicles, residential quarters and pedestrians in Janipur colony.
Instead, the employees said, the SSP Jammu reached the spot and asked them to stay indoors rather than acting against the arsonists. They said that the right-wing extremists also circled the residential colony and raised provocative slogans to incite trouble.