Kashmir: A month of mayhem

Kashmir: A month of mayhem
Civilians killed: 56
People wait for offering funeral prayers to Shabir Ahmad Mir who was shot dead by troopers at Tengpora on Sunday evening
People wait for offering funeral prayers to Shabir Ahmad Mir who was shot dead by troopers at Tengpora

 

Cops: 2 (one slipped into river when protesters cornered him)
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Total number of civilians injured
Unofficial more than 5000; youngest 5-year-old boy and the oldest, an 80-year-old woman
Official: 4200, 592 of them seriously and referred to Srinagar hospitals
A boy and a man injured in police action in Baramulla | PHOTOS BY NISSAR MALIK
A boy and a man injured in police action in Baramulla | PHOTOS BY NISSAR MALIK
Government forces injured
Police say 3329 personnel injured (couldn’t be verified independently. However, a few Indian channels showed 14 to 20 admitted to army base hospital)]
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Bullet injuries: Above 240
An injured being treated at Sopore Hospital Photo Ehsan Peer
An injured being treated at Sopore Hospital Photo Ehsan Peer
Eye pellet injuries: 378. Above hundred partially or fully blinded
5-yr-old, Nasir Ahmad
5-yr-old, Nasir Ahmad
8-year-old boy who suffered pellet injury in the eye at Khanabal on Tuesday
8-year-old boy who suffered pellet injury in the eye at Khanabal Anantnag
Ambulances attacked: 111
An ambulance with a broken windsheild negotiating a barricade in Srinagar. | Photo by Faisal Khan
An ambulance with a broken windsheild negotiating a barricade in Srinagar. | Photo by Faisal Khan
Longest curfew since 2010: 30 days
CRPF troops deployed during curfew at Nawa Kadal 2
CRPF troops deployed during curfew in Srinagar Faisal Khan
Mobile Internet and pre-paid outgoing calls banned:  30 days
Postpaid mobile phones banned (except BSNL):            16 days
Demonstrations and clashes:
Countless (police say 1018)
People stage a pro-freedom rally at Anchidora, Anantnag | Photo: Muneeb Gul
People stage a pro-freedom rally at Anchidora, Anantnag | Photo: Muneeb Gul
A protest march in old town Baramulla Photo Nissar Malik
A protest march in old town Baramulla Photo Nissar Malik

 

 

 

 

 

 

Newspapers banned for: 3 days
Newspaper owners and journalists on Saturday staged a protest against the gag imposed in the Valley | Photo: Muzamil Mattoo
Newspaper owners and journalists on Saturday staged a protest against the gag imposed in the Valley | Photo: Muzamil Mattoo
Protesters arrested: above 1000 (police)
FIRs registered: 1030 (all against civilians). Police disobey a court’s order to register an FIR against a police officer accused of murdering a mason in Srinagar
Police beat up a protester at Bemina on Tuesday | PHOTO: FAISAL KHAN
Police beat up a protester at Bemina | PHOTO: FAISAL KHAN

Press conference organised by government spokesman: once. At the meet he effectively blamed people for killings

Chief minister’s address to people (on official media): once

Police intelligence chief press briefing: once

Prime Minister of India spoke on Kashmir: never

State cabinet met to discuss situation: once

Naeem Akhtar

One Response to "Kashmir: A month of mayhem"

  1. saddy   August 11, 2016 at 11:58 am

    plz restore prepaid outgoing calls

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