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Anti-India protest, Pakistan flags hoisted in Kishtwar IOK

Srinagar, October 08, 2014 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, thousands of people staged anti-India and pro-Pakistan demonstration and hoisted Pakistani flags in Kishtwar town.

Despite the presence of a huge contingent of the Indian police and paramilitary forces, people took out a big rally in Kishtwar and hoisted Pakistani national flag amidst high-pitched slogans, Jeevei-Jeevei Pakistan, We Want Freedom and Go India Go back.

The rally, which was led by Imam Jamia Masjid Kishtwar Molana Farooq Ahmed Kichloo started from Chowgan Eidgah passed through different areas of Kishtwar town including the shrine of 17th century Sufi saint Hazrat Shah Mohammad Fareed-ud-Din Baghdadi.

The protesters demanded the withdrawal of Indian troops from Jammu and Kashmir, without any further delay.

Meanwhile, Indian police arrested several youth including Saqib Shah and Muddasir Baghwan in the town. A massive manhunt has been launched to arrest the other involved in anti-India rant and raising pro freedom slogans, a police officer told media men.

It is pertinent to mention that over 50 people were booked in similar case during last Eid-ul-Fitar on 30th July this year.

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