Indian troops charged into IUST campus

Friday – April 27, 2018
SRINAGAR (India): In Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK), several students were injured when the Indian troops barged into the Islamic university of science and technology (IUST) campus at Awantipora in Islamabad district on Thursday and fired bullets, pellets and teargas shells.

According to Kashmir media service (KMS), the Indian troops’ action triggered ‘anti-India’ protests in the campus. Students raised “we want freedom,” “jeevay jeevay Pakistan,” and “hum Pakistani hain, Pakistan hamara hai” slogans.

The troops used brute force and fired bullets and tear gas shells upon the students.

Meanwhile, one person identified as Shafiq Ahmed Shah was injured after Indian forces fired bullets during siege and search operation in Laizbal area of Islamabad district.

Separately, the students of government higher secondary school Ganiwan, Kangan in Ganderbal district held a peaceful protest demonstration at Srinagar-Leh highway and demanded justice for the 8-year-old minor who was raped and murdered in Kathua district.