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Saturday, May 25, 2013
Zil-Hajj 09, 1432 AH
| ||Shopian shutdown enters 28th day in IHK
'Pakistan Times' Kashmir Desk
SRINAGAR (IHK): In occupied Kashmir, the protest strike against the molestation and murder of two Kashmiri women by Indian troops in Shopian entered 28th day on Saturday.
All shops, banks and other business establishment remained closed along with schools and other educational institutes. Public as well as private transport remained off the road, reports KMS.
At least twenty persons were critically injured when Indian troops of Central Reserve Police Force used brute force and fired bullets and teargas shells on protestors in Shopian on Friday.
On the other hand, life remained crippled in the apple township of Sopore for the second day on Saturday in protest against the troops’ atrocities and arresting of innocent youth. Several people were injured during clashes between the protesters and Indian police personnel in the town.
Meanwhile, unidentified gunmen barged into the house of one Mohammad Latif and killed him and his wife at Kandi in Rajouri district. Dead body of an army porter was found in suspicious circumstance at Hunkey Nalla near Heera Bridge Magmore in Kargil.
Twenty-eight troopers of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) were critically injured when their vehicle turned turtle near Jakhani Chowk in Udhampur on Jammu-Srinagar Highway.