In a recent act of state terrorism and Indian brutalities, at least, six persons were killed and over 100 injured in firing by Indian troops on protesters as curfew and communication blackout continued on the third consecutive day. The tensions in the region were intensified after Indian government scrapped special status of occupied Kashmir.
The troops fired bullets, pellets and teargas shells on the protesters killing at least six of them and injuring many others. Media reports said that, at least, six people with gunshot wounds caused by lethal weapons were brought to a Srinagar hospital on Monday.
As per reports, all educational institutions are closed while the entire population is facing global communication blockage as it has no contact with the external world through internet or telephone. The local press is seems to be totally under control as newspapers have been banned from publishing and even newspapers failed to update their online editions. People are facing shortage of daily commodities including milk, dairy items and medicines. Curfew also remained imposed in all major cities and towns of Chenab valley districts in Jammu region.
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16 November, 2019