Srinagar: Thousands of people attended funerals of three Kashmiris who were killed by Indian Army and police in Pulwama district, yesterday.
Two Kashmiris, including a girl student, were killed and dozens others were injured when police opened fire on them at Kakapora in the district, yesterday. Earlier, on the same day another youth, Aadil Wagay was shot dead during an encounter in the district. Despite strict restrictions, anti-India protest demonstrations were held in Pulwama and Islamabad towns against the killings. Several people were injured when police used brute force on protesters in Kakapora area of Pulwama. Pro-freedom and pro-Pakistan slogans were raised and Pakistani flags were hoisted.
Meanwhile, complete shutdown was observed all across the Kashmir to protest against the Pulwama killings. Curfew and strict restrictions were imposed by the authorities in different areas of Srinagar to prevent people from holding demonstrations.
On the other hand, Hurriyet leaders paid glowing tributes to Kashmiri freedom leader, Ghulam Muhammad Bulla on his 41st martyrdom anniversary, today. The leaders during their visit to his grave in Sopore vowed to accomplish his mission, against all odds. Ghulam Muhammad Bulla was tortured to death by Indian police on the night of 15th February in 1975 for challenging the 1975 Indra-Abdullah Accord.