Posted On September 11, 2018 By In Asia, Human Rights, Life Style, Slider, Terrorism, TV Without Borders, Uncategorized With 548 Views

Firing at stone throwers in Indian administered Kashmir TV Without Borders

 When Kashmiri youths throw stones at Indian police and soldiers, they respond with tear … Firing at stonethrowers in Indianadministered Kashmir …. It is hard not to see India’sbrutal approach to crowd control as adding to the …. On your mobile · On your connected tv


Over the last month in Kashmir some 60 people have been killed and more than 5,000 injured in an upsurge of violence. It is a major setback for peace in the troubled region, which is claimed by both India and Pakistan.

“This is the bullet that killed my son,” Abdul Rehman Mir says, holding up a copper cartridge case.

He tells me the police raided the family home in Srinagar, the capital of Indian-administered Kashmir, a month ago.

They smashed windows and fired tear gas grenades. He’s kept what’s left of the grenades too, wrapped in a handkerchief stained with his son’s blood.

“They dragged him from here,” he tells me – we’re in one of the rooms on the first floor – “and they shot him in the garden. That is where he died.”


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