THE POINT OF VIEW
 
Braid chopping phenomenon adds to Kashmir´s misery
 
By Ameer Tarin   Dated:27-10-2017
 
In a spree of mysterious braid chopping incidents, a woman foiled such an attempt in Kashmir’s Budgam village this morning (October 22, 2017) reports the local Daily Newspaper, Greater Kashmir. Indian army, in a desperate bid, trying to pin the blame on militants, fighting Indian military occupation, is out rightly rejected by the militant outfits. Separatists accuse Indian army using braid chopping as a tool to vitiate peace in Kashmir and divert world attention from atrocities committed by its forces. Unknown person(s) enters households during the night to target young women to cut their braids off. It is reported ...Read....

CREDIBILITY OF "INCREDIBLE INDIA"

One morning of Dec-Jan 1990, notorious Indian CRPF (Central Reserve Police Force) knock at the door of Abdul Ahad Bhat of Batmaloo, Srinagar and demand the TV set to watch their favourite program Ramayana. The lady of the house opens the door to find uniformed armed infantry men staring at her with the demand and the next minute she collapses and is rushed by her relations to the hospital to be declared dead. In Kashmir incredible India does such miracles on daily basis.
 
 

INDIAN ARMY´s CRIMES IN KASHMIR



International Forum for Justice and Human Rights
The number of gun pellet injury victims, especially youth, mounts to 877. Men women and children invalid for life.
DAMAGE INDISCRIMNATE
  • 308 hit in the face by pellets
  • 73 have lost eyesight
  • 174 men and children lost arms
  • 100 have legs amputated
  • 222 received body injuries
 

Special Director General of Police, Coordination, Law and Order S P Vaid shares information on incidents with Rising Kashmir Reporter Mir Liyaqat Ali.(December 18, 2016)
 
MORE DAMAGE BY INDIAN INSTALLED DG VAID

  • 5084 people have been arrested
  • 500 have been detained under (Public Safety Act)
  • 30 schools have been set ablaze in last five months
  • 250 to 275 militants operating in the Valley
 
TIMES OF INDIA (May 21, 2016)
Around 1.8 million of Kashmir´s population show significant amount of mental distress.