Curfew in Occupied Kashmir enters 7th day
Indian forces trying to prevent people from staging protest, demos against martyrdom of Burhan Wani and forty protesters.
In Occupied Kashmir itself, the puppet authorities continued to impose strict curfew on 7th consecutive day on Friday.
Indian forces are trying to prevent the people from staging protest demonstrations against the killing of Burhan Wani and forty protesters.
At least nine persons were critically injured after Indian troops opened fire on peaceful protesters at Khaitan Kandi in Baramulla district.
In a move to gag media, police seized newspapers from vendors and did not allow them to distribute the newspapers. Internet and telephone services are already suspended.