TeH alleges harassment of leaders, activists
Srinagar, Oct 6: Tehreek-e-Hurriyat has alleged that the armed forces were harassing its leaders and activists.
In a statement, its spokesman alleged that the army conducted raids on the residence of its district president Poonch, Qazi Asgar and harassed his family.
He alleged that the police had unleashed a reign of terror in Chursoo, Padgam and Awantipora areas of south Kashmir.
“On one hand, government is talking about removal of bunkers, on the other, its armed forces are carrying out crackdowns, conducting raids and effecting arrests of civilians across the Kashmir,” he said, terming it highly condemnable.
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