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AJK President urges students to expose Indian atrocities through social media
Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan has urged students to expose Indian atrocities in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir through social media. Addressing a school function in Rawalakot on Saturday, he said civilized world should be informed about the brutalities being committed by the Indian troops in the held valley. Sardar Masood Khan said tangible steps are being taken for promotion of quality education in Azad Kashmir.
Yasin Malik condemns arrest of JKLF activist
Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik today condemned the arrest of party senior activist Mushtaq Ahmad of Koreg, Ganderbal, terming it as police “high handedness” . “Mushtaq Ahmad was called by police to police station and detained there for unknown reasons,” Malik, in a statement today, said, his arrest as ‘worst human rights violation’.
Several students injured in Pulwama
As the students tried to move forward while raising pro-freedom slogans, Indian security forces fired tear gas shells on them, triggering clashes. Soon many youth also joined the protests. Several students sustained injuries and some girls felt unconscious due to suffocation caused by the shelling. The clashes continued for about two hours which led to complete shutdown in the area.
Student Protest Teargassed in Handwara, 50 Hurt
Handwara: At least 50 students were injured in Handwara town during clashes between students and armed forces on Saturday. The clashes broke out after police and CRPF stopped a student march. According reports, scores of students were injured in the clashes and many of them were shifted for treatment to district Hospital Handwara. The clashes erupted Saturday forenoon after students took out a protest march from Government Degree College in the town.
Medical Superintendent District Hospital Handwara Dr. Aijaz said that 50 students, including three girls were admitted in the hospital for treatment.
Indian Forces fire pellets at 13-yr old mentally challenged boy
Paramilitary forces fired pellets on a 13-year old mentally challenged boy on Saturday as he was playing in the compound of his house in Churath village of Devsar in South Kashmir’s Kulgam district. The father of the boy is a policeman and is presently the personal security guard of a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Minister.