Srinagar, November 13, 2016 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, normal life remained paralysed on 128th consecutive day, today, due to the strike called by the joint resistance leadership.
Shops, fuel stations and other business establishments remained closed.
At least 14 youth were detained during a raid by the Indian forces in Narbal area of Badgam district. The forces resorted to massive teargas shelling before barging into the houses in different localities of Sozieth village early morning. They smashed windowpanes, LCD TVs, refrigerators, cars and vandalized other household goods.
Meanwhile, Dukhtaran-e-Millat in a statement in Srinagar said that the health of illegally detained party Chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi had deteriorated in Baramulla jail. Aasiya Andrabi has been detained under draconian Public Safety Act. The statement said that despite repeated reminders, the authorities had failed to provide her medical treatment.
Hurriyet leader Mohammad Yousuf Naqash in a statement while greeting the exemplary unity manifested by the joint resistance leadership appealed people to strengthen the hands of Hurriyet leaders in their struggle against Indian occupation.
Indian police booked an innocent youth, Dawood Mushtaq from Nowhatta area of Srinagar, under draconian Public Safety Act and lodged him in Kotbhalwal jail in Jammu. He was arrested at Srinagar airport.
Prime Minister of Azad Jammu Kashmir Raja Farooq Haider while talking to media persons in Berlin, the capital city of Germany, urged the European Union to send a delegation to occupied Kashmir to assess human rights violations by directly talking to common people in the occupied territory.
On the other hand, the cold has set in Jammu and Kashmir as the minimum temperature dipped below the freezing point in most places in the Valley, with the summer capital Srinagar registering the coldest night of the season, so far.
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