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Troops martyred three youth in Indian occupied Kashmir

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26th Nov, 2019. 07:16 pm
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Indian occupied Kashmir

Indian troops martyred three citizens of Pulwama district in Indian occupied Kashmir in their fresh act of state terrorism.

According to the details, the Indian troops martyred the youth during a cordon and search operation in Drabgam area of Pulwama district.

Kashmir media service sources said, “Several people were injured when Indian troops used brute force and fired bullets and pellets on mourners in different areas”.

The killings triggered massive anti-India protests across the district.

Indian police also arrested five youth during house raids in different areas of Sopore town.

On the other hand, atmosphere of fear and uncertainty continue to grip occupied Kashmir, as military siege imposed by India entered 114th consecutive day, today.

Meanwhile, Indian Army is deploying Spike anti-tank guided missiles on the Line of Control in Kashmir.

The Indian Army has received 240 Spike anti-tank guided missiles and their 12 launchers from Israel on fast-track mode to meet emergency requirements especially along the LoC.

The missiles can also be quite helpful for destroying hardened shelters or bunkers. It can also be used during night.

Every day is a black day for people of Indian occupied Kashmir 

Earlier the President Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Sardar Masood Khan recognized the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) for its consistent and steadfast support to the people of Jammu and Kashmir since 1990.

He also acknowledged the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for their strong solidarity with the people of Pakistan and Kashmir in difficult times

He was addressing a seminar organized by the Pakistan Consulate General in Jeddah, the OIC General Secretariat and Pakistan’s Permanent Mission to the OIC on the occasion of the Kashmir Black Day.

President Masood Khan said “every day is a black day for the besieged people of Jammu and Kashmir” reminding everybody of the 113th day of the crippling lockdown in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

The seminar and the Kashmir Black day was organized at the premises of the OIC headquarters where a pictorial exhibition on the theme of the gruesome human rights situation in IOJK was also arranged.

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