Around 100 injured in clashes in Indian Kashmir

Around 100 injured in clashes in Indian Kashmir

Around 100 injured in clashes in Indian Kashmir

The 21-year-old man was killed during clashes in Anantnag district southeast of the main city of Srinagar, in which police said scores were injured.

In occupied Kashmir, more than 250 people including women were injured in firing of pellets and bullets by occupation troops on anti-India rallies and protests, which were attended by thousands of people across the valley on Saturday.

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday appealed to the worldwide community to take notice of the atrocities committed by Indian forces in the disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir, "Are the hearts of those, who have fired pellets on the eyes of innocent youth, children and women of Kashmir, causing loss of eye-sight, are empty of human pain?"

He said the Hurriyat feels that the situation on ground where there is total breakdown of the state machinery and law and order and a complete chaos means that the situation favors them and they shouldn't talk.

"In Tral, a huge mob pelted stones on the police and security forces".

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In Sopore town of north Kashmir's Baramulla district, at least 25 people were hurt in the clashes during the day, the official said.

Curfew in parts of Srinagar and restrictions in the rest of Kashmir continued today as normal life in the Valley remained paralysed for 59th day due to the violent protests that followed the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani in July. According to various reports, somewhere between 100 to 250 people have been injured in recent days. Curfew has been lifted from entire Srinagar city and so no area in Kashmir is under curfew on Tuesday, a police spokesman said.

Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid has urged the global community to take notice against Indian atrocities and human rights violation in occupied Kashmir.

Public transport also continues to be off the roads.

The separatists have extended the shutdown programme till September 8.

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