ISLAMABAD: At least 38 Kashmiris including two women and three young boys have been martyred during the ongoing 4-month siege and lockdown by Indian troops in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
During the period, 853 people were critically injured because of the firing of bullets, pellets and teargas shells on peaceful demonstrators by Indian military, paramilitary and police personnel in the occupied territory.
At least 11,401 Hurriyat leaders, activists, politicians, traders and civil society members were put under house arrest.
The occupation authorities did not allow people to offer Friday prayers at historical Jamia Masjid in Srinagar since August 5.
Meanwhile, the uncertainty prevails in the valley and life remains badly affected on 120th consectuve day on Monday.
Indian troops martyr seven Kashmiris in November
Indian troops in their unabated acts of state terrorism martyred seven Kashmiris in November.
According to data issued by Research Section of the Kashmir Media Service, 82 people were critically injured by Indian military, paramilitary and police personnel in the occupied territory.
At least 60 civilians, mostly youth and political activists were arrested.
The troops disgraced a woman and damaged three houses during cordon and search operations in the previous month.
Post abrogation of Article 370: Restricted Kashmiri students to pay fine for late fee
Students from Kashmir studying at Dehradun city in Uttarakhand state have been suffering immensely because of the restrictions in Kashmir.
Jammu and Kashmir Students Association spokesperson Nasir Khuami said students were unable to deposit their dues on time but the colleges have imposed fines nonetheless.
The spokesperson said the students clarified to their colleges that they could not pay the fees and attend classes on time because of the restrictions imposed in Jammu and Kashmir post the abrogation of Article 370.
The association also urged the Uttarakhand government to address their problems soon.