Kashmir valley remains shut on 87th day today
In Occupied Kashmir , normal life remained crippled in the held valley due to shutdown and enforcement of curfew and other restrictions for the 87th consecutive day on Monday.
Police and paramilitary forces were deployed in strength in all major cities and market places to prevent anti-India and pro-freedom rallies and protests in the territory.
In a statement in Srinagar, Chairman All Parties Hurriyet Conference, Syed Ali Gilani has said that India continued to punch the Kashmiris economically, breaking open the houses, destroying everything even the household items, burning food grains, damaging the fruit-laden trucks and blocking their entry to the Valley.
Hurriyet leaders including Shabbir Ahmad Shah, Agha Syed Hassan Al-Moosvi, Aasiya Andrabi and others have appealed to the international community to stop India from carrying out brutal and inhuman acts like burning of paddy stocks, sheds, houses and vehicles in the territory.
The High Court Bar Association in its statement said that the United Nations was legally and morally bound to resolve the Kashmir dispute through implementation of its resolutions on the Kashmir dispute.
Meanwhile, Indian police during its continued crackdown operations arrested more than 60 people and slapped draconian Pubic Safety Act.
On the other hand, three Indian troops were killed and several others injured in an attack on Indian army garrison of 46 Rashtriya Rifles at Janbazpora area of Baramulla in Baramulla town today.