Joint resistance leadership condemn curfew in occupied Kashmir
In occupied Kashmir, the joint resistance leadership has condemned curfew and other restrictions, imposed by Indian authorities across the territory on the first martyrdom anniversary of popular youth leader, Burhan Muzaffar Wani.
In a joint statement in Srinagar, Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Yasin Malik said India has turned Jammu and Kashmir into a war zone.
They appealed to the people to throng residences of martyrs, tomorrow, and participate in an online Kashmir Awareness Campaign on Tuesday as part of week-long protests.
The Amritsar-based Sikh organization Dal Khalsa leaders H S Dhami and Kanwar Pal Singh have payed glowing tributes to martyr Kashmiri youth Burhan Wani.
In a statement, they urged the world powers to break their silence and intervene to resolve the Kashmir dispute.
Meanwhile, complete shutdown was observed in Trehgam area of Kupwara district on the third consecutive day, today, against the brutalities of Indian army and police.
All shops and business establishments were closed while traffic was off the road.