Kashmir bleeds, world sleeps

By: Imran Khan Bhatti

Indian atrocities in held Kashmir are now evident to the world. Indian soldiers in several cases have left even the Israeli army men behind in torturing innocent people. such an event was came into spotlight day before yesterday when cruel Indian soldiers torture videos went viral on social media which triggered a wave of hatred against the inhumane soldiers of Indian army.

The incident triggered protest across the valley. Scores of students protested in Banihal area of Jammu region against the use of brute force on students by Indian troops in a nearby Chareel village and neighbouring areas. Hundreds of students from various schools and colleges blocked the highway and marched towards Banihal town. They were demanding action against Central Reserve Police Force personnel who thrashed and beat students in Chareel village. Indian police resorted to baton charge against the protesting students Tuesday. According to the reports by independent media sources the troops who were travelling from Kashmir to Jammu subjected the students to physical torture without any reason.

The protests satarted a day after dozens of students suffered injuries in forces’ action during clashes in various parts of the Kashmir Valley against an assault on students at Government Degree College Pulwama by Indian troops, a few days ago.

The routine life remained crippled in Pulwama and Tral towns of south Kashmir Tuesday due to continued shutdown against the thrashing of students by Indian troops in Indian Held Kashmir, According to Kashmir Media Service. All shops and other commercial establishments were closed while transport was off the road.

Over 50 students were injured in Indian forces’ action at the college on Saturday, triggering massive student protests across the occupied territory. Some of the critically injured students have been identified as Iqra, Basit Khurshid and Umar Majid. These students were injured during protests against the raid on Pulwama College.

On the other hand, in view of widespread protests, the puppet regime ordered the closure of all universities, colleges and higher secondary schools in the Kashmir Valley. The Kashmir University also postponed its exams, which were scheduled today. “All Kashmir University examinations scheduled to be held on April 18, 2017 (Tuesday) are postponed. Fresh dates for the deferred examinations shall be notified separately, later,” a KU spokesman said in a statement.