India arrests over a dozen youth during crackdown on political opponents

India arrests over a dozen youth

India arrests over a dozen youth during crackdown on political opponents in Pulwama district today (Wednesday).

According to Kashmir Media Service, the troops launched massive cordon and search operations in Sirnoo, Monghama and Kareemabad areas of the district.

India arrests over a dozen youth

They barged into houses, ransacked household goods and arrested, at least, 13 youth.

The troops also harassed the inmates. A police official said the youth were arrested on charges of taking part in anti-India protests.

While addressing a party meeting in Srinagar Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Youth Social Forum, Omar Aadil Dar, oppposed it.

He said the relations between Pakistan and India cannot improve without settlement of the Kashmir dispute.

The High Court of occupied Kashmir has directed the Indian authorities to respond to a petition seeking the shifting of illegally detained Kashmir Bar President, Mian Abdul Qayoom, from New Delhi’s Tihar Jail to Srinagar.

In London, an exhibition titled “Stop Genocide in Kashmir” organized on the Commonwealth Day.

The organisers informed participants of the exhibition that India remains a member of the Commonwealth but violating all the core values of the organization.

They reminded the world that Commonwealth values revolve around peace, democracy and human rights.



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