Martyrs’ Week: Indian troop’s cordon and conduct search operations in IIOJK
Indian troops continued operation in Sunderbani area of Rajouri on eighth consecutive day
Islamabad: Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control in Pakistan and other parts of the world are observing Martyrs’ Week from today (Tuesday). Call for observance of the week has been given by All Parties Hurriyat Conference. Special prayer meetings will be organized, today, in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan and abroad to pay homage to Kashmiri martyrs.
Protest rallies and processions will also be taken out and pro-freedom banners and placards be displayed tomorrow. Thursday will be observed as Resistance Day to mark the martyrdom anniversary of popular Kashmiri youth leader, Burhan Wani, and his associates. The historical 13th July shall be observed as Martyrs’ Day in remembrance of 1931 martyrs. Meanwhile, the Peoples’ Alliance for Gupkar Declaration has reiterated its commitment to fight jointly to reverse the unconstitutional and unacceptable measures taken against the people of Jammu and Kashmir on 5th August 2019 by India.
While on the other hand, violent cordon and search operations of Indian troops to be continued on Tuesday in different parts of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
The troops continued the operation in Sunderbani area of Rajouri on eighth consecutive day, Kashmir Media Service reported.The search operations have been launched during last June 28 after an Indian army man was injured in an attack in the area. The troops also conducted operations in Doda town after a policeman was injured in a grenade blast near District Police Lines of the town.
Meanwhile, the cordon and search operations continued in different areas of Srinagar, Ganderbal, Budgam, Kupwara, Baramulla, Bandipore, Pulwama, Islamabad, Shopian, Kulgam, Poonch, Kishtwar and Jammu areas.
Cordon and search operations were also conducted in Doda city, Baghwah, Desa, Bharat, Gundna, Kastigarh and other areas of Jammu region.
Indian Army’s 10 Rashtriya Rifles and Special Operation Group of police participated in the operations.