Reported by:- Ajaz bhat
Srinagar: A 12-year-old girl was today mowed down allegedly by an Army vehicle in south Kashmir’s Shopian district, police said.“Aroofa Farooq, a resident of the Aglar Zainapora area of the district,was hit and injured by an Army vehicle near her residence this morning,” a police official said.He said Aroofa was taken to the sub-district hospital, Zainapora, where she succumbed to her injuries.
After the news spread Massive clashes broke out in the area in which dozens civilian got sustained injuries.
Joint Resistance Leadership on wednesday called for a shutdown and march to the UN office on Friday, July 21 to protest against the “killings of Kashmiris, especially the genocide of our youth by govt forces”.
A Massive cordon and search operation is underway in Bul Bul Nowgam in Islamabad (Anantnag) district of Southern Kashmir.
The locals said the troopers cordoned the village on Monday night and then massive firing started.
Locals in Sherpora and Donipawa pelted stones on the army vehicles moving towards the Bul Bul Nowgam area.
An Army official said “Three militants were hiding in the house, all of the three have been killed, but the operation is still on”
Reported by :- Sakib Dass
The Paramilitary troopers launched a massive Cordon And Search Operation (CASO) in brakpora village in Anantnag district of south Kashmir after the inputs about the presence of Militants.
More details awaited
July 14, 2017
Islamabad /Anantnag :
- The Auqaf committee Jamia Masjid Islamabad headed by Mirwaiz Qazi Yasir has called for a complete shutdown tomorrow against the desecration of Jamia Masjid in Islamabad.
A broken floor view of Jamia masjid
The Paramilitary troopers after barging inside the Grand Mosque of Islamabad (Anantnag) in Southern Kashmir arrested at least 20 boys, eye witnesses said.
Clashes had gripped the main town of islamabad after Friday prayers in the Jamia Masjid. Hundreds of youth came out in protest from Jamia Masjid shouting slogans in favour of Zakir Moosa.
The people tried to march towards Lal chowk which is not more than 10 minutes away from the Masjid, however the troopers deployed used tear smoke shells to disperse the protesters after which heavy clashes erupted.
Another broken floor view of jamia masjid
The Police entered the Jamia Masjid around 4: 15 to nab the youngsters hiding inside the Masjid. The troopers broke the rooftop of the masjid to arrest the boys. During the arrest, one boy identified as Vikas age 17 (residence withheld) was allegedly thrown off the roof to the first floor of the Masjid. “Even after he was bleeding, he was not taken to the hospital but arrested and taken away” said an eyewitness.
Blood marks were pretty much visible on the flour of the first floor.”More than 20 boys were arrested from the Masjiod and whisked away by Police” said a neighbour whose house is next to Jamia Masjid.
The locals meanwhile gathered in large numbers in side the central mosque condemning what had been done.
Clashes erupted in Reshi Bazar and Sherbagh areas of maintown in district Anantnag after youth took to streets on Friday.
Protesting youth, while chanting pro freedom slogans, clashed with police and CRPF soon after mandatory Friday congregation prayers.
Clashes were going on when this report was filed.
Suspected Militants attacked a convoy of paramilitary troopers near Batengoo, Islamabad (Anantnag) area of Southern Kashmir.
As per the initial reports militants attacked a CRPF party near the petrol pump in Batengoo on Monday evening.
Locals said, “the militants fired upon the Army vehicles for at least 10 minutes”