Unrelenting chapter of violence continues in Kashmir valley with latest coming from Srinagar where as reported by the media the protesting students clashed with the state police, as they were protesting against the last week police raid on a college campus in which a 17 year old Kashmiri youth
Indian Government has decided endorse the position and to stand by the Army personnels who used Kashmiri youth as a 'human shield' by tying his onto the fender of the jeep before parading him for 20 kms.
Reports from Jammu and Kashmir of civilians being targeted by suspected members of armed groups are condemnable, said Amnesty International India today.
Dal Khalsa is of the view that India is fighting a lost battle in Kashmir and to keep Kashmiris under its domination New Delhi was using brute force and full state's might.
Indian administration hosted a by-poll in Srinagar today which witnessed 6.5% voter turnout while Indian forces shot dead six Kashmiri protesters.
As per the media reports emanating from Kashmir, due to ongoing perpetual rainfall the river jhelum in the valley is reportedly flowing above the danger mark the local administration has asked the people to remain vigilant specially those living in south and central part of the Kashmir valley.