The Residents of Brazloo and Buchroo Village in Southern Kashmir's Kulgam District have accused the troopers of creating an Atmosphere of Fear in the area.
The Locals said the area was cordoned in the Night, but after the troopers could not find anything, they started ransacking the property of Locals.
The Locals alleged that the troopers barged into the houses and broke the window panes of houses and Cars.
The Locals said that the troopers damaged property worth lakhs in the area.
"The Troopers are creating an atmosphere like the 90s in the area" the locals said.
The Government forces on Wednesday barged into the house of a Hizb Militant, Tawseef Ahmed Sheikh, a resident of Rampora area in Redwani Kulgam.
The family members of the militant alleged that they were thrashed severely after the forces barged into their house.
They also said that the troopers ransacked the property after entering into the house.
Soon after the news spread, the shopkeepers in Khudwani, Redwani and Quimoh downed their shutters in protest against the high handedness of the forces.
Suspected Militants shot a Special Operations Group (SOG) personnel of Jammu Kashmir police (JKP) today in Yaripora area of Southern Kashmir's Kulgam district.
The suspected Militants fired upon the Policeman in Kanjkulla area around evening on Wednesday resulting in his death.
The Policeman has been identified as Gowhar Ahmed Tantray, a resident of Kujjar village in Kulgam district.
In yet another example of Communal harmony in Kashmir, Around 2,000 people, mostly Muslims on Tuesday gathered in in the Manzgam village in Southern Kashmir's Kulgam district to attend the last rites of a local Kashmiri Pandit lady.
The lady identified as Arti Devi, who lived in a Muslim-dominated area here, died after remaining paralysed for one-and-a-half years at her Kulgam home.
The Muslim community not only participated in the last rites of the Hindu lady but also helped the family perform the last rites of Arti Devi as per the Hindu rituals.
"This is Real kashmiriyat, the people accusing us of being communal are kiling people in the name of Gau Raksha, and we are showing way to the world" said a local.
The residents of Khuri Batapora village of Noorabad area of South Kashmir’s Kulgam district on Monday staged protest against the State Forest Corporation (SFC) for ‘failing to provide timber to them’.
The residents today assembled in the main Chowk of the area and raised slogans like ‘we want justice’.
The residents according to KNS correspondent, Zahoor Andrabi said that the authorities have failed to provide them timber from past several months.
“At least 500 ft timber was unloaded in the nearby forest office here but unfortunately the authorities provided the timber to those having influence thereby leaving the deserving families to suffer,” they said.
They said that the forest department is not paying any heed to the sufferings of deserving and poor families here. “We are facing tremendous hardships due to the non-availability of timber,” they said.
The residents said that all the assurances and promises done with the people here proved hoax on the ground.
Meanwhile SHO DH Pora, Sajad Ahmad reached the spot and assured rederresal of their demands.
According to KNS correspondent, within no time, the police officer recovered 100 ft timber which was provided to the influential people there.
The officer also assured that rest of timber will also be recovered within two days and said that he will take up this issue with the higher ups.
Meanwhile, Forest Ranger, Abdul Qayoom while talking to KNS said that at present, the timber quota was too low thereby couldn’t get possible to provide to all the families.
“The next quota will be given within 15 days in which rest of the families will be accommodated,” he said.
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Violent clashes erupted in the Thukrupora, Quimoh area of Southern Kashmir’s Kulgam district.
The Clashes began when paramilitary troopers launched a cordon and search operation in the area.
The troopers fired in the air and lobbed tear smoke shells to disperse the protesters, however the violent clashes were going on when this report was filed.
A CRPF company commander was allegedly thrashed by his subordinates following death of their colleague due to illness in Kulgam district of South Kashmir.
Khupmani Misall of 28 Battalion CRPF, posted at Qaimoh, had fallen ill on Saturday night after which Misall was shifted to a hospital.
Misall was taken to the CRPF Unit hospital at Anantnag, where he pased awayt
The death of the jawan angered his colleagues who allegedly thrashed their company commander.
The locals of Nilow area in Kulgam of South Kashmir alleged that the troopers barged into the houses of the area and thrashed many civilians and damaged the property in the area on Saturday.
The Locals said that the troopers barged into the locality and torn the banners of the militants erected in the area after which clashes began in the area
They alleged that after the clashes the troopers entered inside the households and broke window panes of many houses and beat many locals.