Azadi struggles of the people of Indian-held Kashmir is well known, even though the wall of silence surrounding the India-controlled

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International Desk : Azadi struggles of the people of Indian-held Kashmir is well known, even though the wall of silence surrounding the India-controlled Kashmir prabalasamprati new calache repression and India, as well as a new kind of war going on senabahina.

Indian-controlled Kashmir, India’s new senabahinara calache repression on civilians, particularly children and young people against kisora ​​were killed. 40 people were killed in the space of 10 days. About 1 thousand 800 crimes, such as war-wounded janaebam pileta of a series of bullets karachepileta buletagana sartagana the nabagata.
Many of the victims of the bullets hit pileta.
Has increased its use than ever before. The Indian army on civilians, especially children and youth against the war as a pileta kisora ​​buletagana karachepileta the bullets, one sartagana new trends.
Do not use the infected person will die, but the physical damage. The upper part of the body, especially when the affected eye is a huge loss.
… Sticks, etc., in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures using tear gas to calm the crowd when you can not civilian targets Pellet bullets can be used only below the waist.
Both the hospital and the city of Indian-controlled Kashmir 10 days Shree 447 youth have surgery. Of which 143 were found to show pictures of X-rays before the broadcast akrantabibisi how bullets are being used on the Kashmiris.
Thus, in most cases, victims of teenage-young, and their faces are throwing it. Pileta bullets, injuring more than 90 percent over the past 10 days the waist affected.
Indian-controlled Kashmir, political observers say, it’s a conscious military strategy. Not to kill teenage youth-Kashmiri families to bear the burdens on the treatment of the injured were being treated.
Because the injured eye and face such treatment is very expensive. In addition, families will be endangered in the long run, and so busy with the wounded.

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