Kashmir Indepth

Police raid homes of resistance leaders in Srinagar, ruthlessly beat family members, arrest many, says Mirwaiz

Srinagar: Hurriyat Conference (M) chairperson and Kashmir’s chief cleric on Wednesday said that the Jammu and Kashmir police has conducted nocturnal raids in Kashmir’s capital city Srinagar and detained resistance activists.

The Mirwaiz said that the family members of the resistance activists were harassed and beaten. He said that the state is against even the peaceful candlelight protests.

Mirwaiz tweeted: “Nocturnal raids by police on resistance activists and people’s homes in Srinagar city in connection with Human Rights Week!Family members ruthlessly beaten and harassed,activists arrested while others on the run! What state aggression!Even Peaceful candle light protests against.. Human Rights abuses a threat to the mighty rulers whose standard response is repression repression and still more repression! (SIC).”

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