Sanjrani condemns Indian brutalities in Held Kashmir

Sanjrani condemns Indian brutalities in Held Kashmir

Sanjrani condemns Indian brutalities in Held Kashmir

The authorities have also put nearly all resistance leaders, including Gilani, Mirwaiz, Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai and Yasin Malik, under house arrest or in custody to stop them from visiting the families of the martyrs and expressing solidarity with them.

In recent years, Kashmiris, mainly youths, have displayed open solidarity with anti-India rebels and sought to protect them by engaging troops in street clashes during military operations against the militants.

The occupation authorities have suspended train services between Baramulla and Bannihal besides ordering closure of schools and colleges in the Kashmir Valley to stop students from registering their protest against the bloodbath carried out by Indian troops.

In Srinagar, authorities imposed restrictions in parts of the city to maintain law and order as a separatist leaders had also called for a protest shutdown.

Earlier, Police in a statement said that three members of a family received grievous injuries in late night militant attack at Hajin.

Armed police and paramilitary soldiers in riot gear fanned out across the region and are patrolling streets in anticipation of anti-India protests and clashes.

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The foreign minister termed Sunday the "worst day of state terrorism in Kashmir valley".

"The body of Naseer Ahmed Parray alias Muntazir, who was abducted yesterday by militants at Hajin, has been recovered", the spokesman said.

They said that after the government forces came under fire, the militants tried to escape from a security cordon while firing their guns and grenades but were killed in the ensuing fighting.

While eight of the dead were identified as local cadres of the area's largest militant group, Hizbul Mujahideen, troops were still clearing off the rubble of a destroyed house at a third gun battle site where bodies of three suspected militants lay, Vaid said.

Another suspected militant was killed in Dialgam village in Anantnag district, while one was arrested, Vaid said.

Kashmir has been divided between nuclear-armed India and Pakistan since the end of British colonial rule in 1947, but both claim it in full.