Kashmirisâ€™ wonâ€™t accept political set-up: Shabbir
In occupied Kashmir, Hurriyet leader Shabbir Ahmad Shah has said that the people of Kashmir would not accept any political set-up as a legitimate government, which would come to power as a result of the recently concluded so-called elections.
In a statement after being released from a jail on Thursday, he said that the sham polls conducted under the shadow of gun had no legal or moral justification as Jammu and Kashmir was a disputed territory.
Indian troops during a siege and search operation killed a youth in Sulkote area of Kupwara on Thursday. The operation was going on till last reports came in.
In Jammu, the convoy of BJP leader, Navjot Singh Sidhu was attacked with stones. Four policemen accompanying the leader got injured in the attack while Sidhu escaped unhurt.