Normal life affected for 115th consecutive day
In Occupied Kashmir, many people were injured when Indian security forces used brute force on protesters in Shopian and Pulwama and other districts on Monday.
Clashes erupted in Shopian when security forces raided the residence of Tehreek-e-Hurriyet district President, Mohammad Yousuf Flahi in Muloo village.
In Pulwama district, Indian army and paramilitary forces opened fire after locals objected to removal of some banners of freedom struggle in Rohmoo village.
Meanwhile, normal life remained affected in Occupied Kashmir for the 115th consecutive day, today, due to the shutdown against the civilian killings. Shops and business establishments were shut and traffic was off the road.
Meanwhile, APHC Chairman, Syed Ali Gilani in a statement in Srinagar said that the killing of civilian people by Indian armed forces was a part of a well-planned strategy of the Indian authorities.