In occupied Kashmir, Indian police arrested Hurriyat leader Muhammad Hayat Butt in Srinagar and shifted him to some unknown location.
Muhammad Hayat Butt led many anti-India protests at Anchar, Soura in Srinagar since India imposed lockdown after 5th August. Jammu and Kashmir Muslim League’s AJK chapter convener Ishtiaq Hameed in a statement expressed concern over his arrest.
Earlier, a large number of women protesters, including the daughter and the sister of former puppet chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Farooq Abdullah, were detained in Srinagar during protests against the revocation of Kashmir’s special status.
Women carrying placards had gathered at the Pratap Park near Srinagar’s Lal Chowk and as they started protesting, the police swooped in on them and detained over a dozen women. Farooq Abdullah’s sister Suraiya Abdullah, his daughter Safia Abdullah Khan and Hawa Bashir, wife of former Chief Justice of IOK High Court, Bashir Ahmed Khan are among those detained in Srinagar.
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