Curfew, clashes after Indian troops kill 3 Kashmiri rebels

Isaac Cain
July 14, 2017

Pakistan believes in resolving all issues through dialogue, he said, pointing out that the United Nations chief, the US President, the Chinese leadership and others have offered to play a role in resolving the Kashmir issue.

The Council also asked the United Nations and the global community to come up for ending bloodshed in the occupied Kashmir and establish peace in the region. The MEA's response came after the Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said that Beijing was willing to play a constructive role in improving India-Pakistan ties, especially because of the hostility along the Line of Control.

Police Inspector-General Muneer Ahmed Khan said three militants, a term used by Indian authorities to refer to separatist fighters in Kashmir, were killed early on Wednesday after clashes with security forces at residential neighborhood west of the capital Srinagar. He said that India had continuously been violating the ceasefire agreement, adding that innocent Kashmiris, including children, had been targeted by Indian troops.

Foreign Office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan shares worldwide community's "growing concern over the deteriorating situation along the Line of Control".

On July 13, 1931, the troops of autocratic Dogra Maharaja had martyred twenty two Kashmiris outside the central jail in Srinagar while court proceedings against Abdul Qadeer were taking place.

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The Foreign Office Spokesperson said that the Council expressed its support to the widespread indigenous movement of the people of Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir for their promised right to self-determination and observed that the just struggle of Kashmiris can not be equated with terrorism.

Kashmir on Thursday is observing Youm-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir while the whole valley is observing complete shutdown. Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has been placed under house detention at his Nigeen residence.

Government imposes strict restrictions in Old Srinagar areas besides mobile internet services were also shut.

The Chief Minister appealed the people of the State to take a pledge on this day to protect and safeguard the honour and dignity of the State and its people at all costs and not let tyranny and suppression resurface in any form in the State. Qadeer had called upon Kashmiris to defy the Dogra rule, resulting in his imprisonment. A Mir also paid tributes to the martyrs.

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