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November 22, 2019
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Schoolboy’s killing powers more clashes in occupied Kashmir

SRINAGAR: Protests in Indian Occupied Kashmir intensified as Indian troops killed a school boy in Srinagar, raising the overall death toll in occupied Kashmir to 104, Kashmir Media Service reported.

Hundreds of people were injured in brutal actions of Indian forces on protesters across the valley on Saturday.

The boy, Nasir Shafi of New Theed area of Srinagar, went missing soon after clashes between protesters and Indian forces’ personnel in Srinagar last evening, reported Samaa.

His body with pellet injuries was recovered from an orchard, late last night.

Despite curfew, thousands of people attended the funeral prayers of the martyred boy

They raised high-pitched pro-freedom, pro-Pakistan and anti-India slogans.

Indian police and troops used brute force against the protesters leading to massive clashes between the protesters and the forces’ personnel.