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Indian state terrorism continues in IOK, senior Hurriyat leader Ashraf Sahrai arrested


Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

12th Jul, 2020. 06:34 pm
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Indian state terrorism continues in IOK, senior Hurriyat leader Ashraf Sahrai arrested

State terrorism continues in occupied Kashmir by the occupying Indian forces.

According to Kashmir Media Service (KMS), in Baramulla district of the occupied valley, the occupying Indian army martyred a Kashmiri youth by firing under the guise of so-called operation and siege.

On the other hand, the occupying Indian army has arrested Muhammad Ashraf Sahrai, chairman of Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir.

The usurping army arrested Ashraf Sahrai from his residence in Srinagar under the Public and Safety Act.

It may be recalled that Junaid Sahrai, son of Hurriyat leader Ashraf Sahrai, had recently been martyred in a confrontation with the Indian Army.

Meanwhile, the All-Party Hurriyat Conference announced a Martyrs’ Day tomorrow and called for a complete strike in the occupied valley.

Note that Martyrs’ Day is observed in Kashmir in remembrance of the 22 innocent Kashmiris killed on 13 July 1931 in Srinagar.

Yesterday, two Kashmiri youths were martyred in a so-called search operation by the Indian Army in Kupwara district of the occupied Kashmir.

The Indian Army conducted a search operation in Kupwara district of the occupied valley by closing the entrances and exits, during which an ambulance was not allowed to enter for the patients.

During house-to-house searches, the occupying Indian army violated the sanctity of the houses, harassed children and the elderly, and illegally arrested the youths and took them with them after which the tortured bodies of two youths were found later.

The pro-India puppet administration tried to prove that the martyred youths terrorists. However, the families and residents of the area exposed the lies and protested against Indian aggression.

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