Indian troops, in their fresh act of state terrorism, martyred three Kashmiri youth in Sopore town, Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
The troops during cordon and search operation killed them at Gund Brath area of the town. The entire town was cordoned off. Indian Army’s 22 Rashtriya Rifles 52 Rashtriya Rifles, whole 178 battalion of Central Reserve Police Force and Special Operation Group participated in a day-long operation. According to an eyewitness more than 1000 armed vehicles were used for this operation.
All entry and exit points were sealed. Media was not allowed to enter the town. Over 1,000 inmates including women and children were beaten, 150 injured were shifted to hospital for treatment. Journalists were asked not to cover any story related to the Sopore operation. Even hospital authorities were scared and were ready to disclose details about the injured.
Over two dozen boys were detained from different localities, while more than 50 mobile phones were snatched from the locals.
On May 4, President of UN General Assembly, Volkan Bozkir had appreciated Pakistan for its great contribution to the UN peace-keeping operations around the world aimed at promoting international peace and security.
Addressing a press conference at UN Headquarters in New York, he had said Pakistan was one of the largest troop’s contributors to the peacekeeping missions.