Police use force on Hurriyet leaders, Nisar Rahter injured

Srinagar, November 11, 2015 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, Indian police subjected Hurriyet leaders to brute force when they tried to march towards the house of martyred student, Gowhar Ahmad, at Zainakote in Srinagar, today. Hurriyet leaders including Nisar Hussain Rather, Muhammad Yaseen Attai and Syed Imtiyaz Haider were on their way to Zainakote when police intercepted them near Khushipora. “Police fired teargas shells on the people that resulted in the injuring of Nisar Hussain Rather,” eyewitness said.

Meanwhile, stringent restrictions are in place in Srinagar’s old city areas to prevent people from visiting Zainakote and participating in the condolence meeting to be organized to pay tributes to the martyred student. Despite restrictions, the youth mostly students waved Pakistan flags in Khaniyar and other areas of the city. Situation is tense in Narbal and adjoining areas including Bemina and Qamarwari after Indian police stopped the protesters to march towards the house of the martyred youth.

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