Jahangir Wani, another student gets martyred in Occupied Kashmir

Lahore, 15th March: Another Kashmiri student gets martyred during the Indian state terrorism in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

According to reports of Baaghi TV, in the latest inhumane incident, Jahangir Ahmed Wani, a student of Rakh Rawalpura village in the Shopian district, was martyred by the occupying forces on March 14.

Reports tell that the victim was studying at Government Degree College, Kupwara. According to sources, Jahangir Ahmad Wani was martyred in a fake encounter.

In addition, Indian troops have brutally targeted hundreds of civilians with pellet guns. A 22-year-old man lost his sight after being hit with a pellet gun.

In addition, Indian troops set fire to several houses in the Shopian district with chemical powder and gasoline.

According to reports, Indian forces have been firing intermittently in the area for the past three days.

So-called democratic India is using all sorts of high-handed tactics to quell public protests and reactions against these atrocities.

As per reports, the government has suspended internet services in the Shopian district to prevent reports of atrocities and terrorism by the occupying forces.

Innocent Kashmiri youth have been martyred in fake encounters in occupied Kashmir for a long time.

According to earlier reports, on July 18, 2020, the Indian Army brutally killed three youths in Rajouri, claiming that they were armed terrorists even though the three victims were innocent.

Similarly, on December 30, 2020, three students of Kashmir University were brutally murdered in Srinagar. Two of them were from Pulwama while one student was a resident of Shopian district.

The bodies of these martyrs have not been handed over to their families till date.

Despite all the atrocities in the occupied valley, India has miserably failed to snatch the Kashmiris’ spirit of independence.

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